This painting was inspired by Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, and is an example of what Mondrian would call Neoplasticism, or new plastic art, a non-representational form of art with a white ground, black grid, and primary colors filling in sections of squares created by the grid. I took this concept and added beer right where I felt that pint would be emphasized most, on the largest color block. Mondrian lived from 1872-1944, making it to the ripe old age of 71. The Neoplasiticism movement, also called De Stijl was founded in 1917 by a group of Dutch artists. They all followed the strict white ground, black grid and primary color blocks formula in their creations. The painting I emulated is from 1921, and is entitled Composition with Large Red Plane, Yellow, Black, Gray and Blue. I call this painting Composition with Large Pint, Yellow, Black and Blue. The original is 22”x22”, and the prints are 11”x11”. This one took me three days to complete.