The daily beer painting is of Negra Modelo! Enjoy this Mexican dark beer on the beach, or just when you are thinking about being at the beach, like I am right now while staring out my window at a snowstorm. I can even hear the sea birds… wait, no, that’s just a raven getting into the dumpster outside.
To Negra Modelo, a fine dark lager. Enjoy this one thinking about Mexico, our southern neighbor, brewing up some tasty cerveza!
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Year of Beer 02.16. Negra Modelo. Oil on panel, 8″x10″.
Today I painted a Corona Extra with a lime. I chose pink and lime green for the background because I feel they are Mexican colors, or at least when I was in Los Ayalos, Rincon De Guayabitos, I saw a lot of yellow (the color of the Corona), pink (the color of the sunsets), and green (the color of the jungle and of the limes that I ate every day)! Not to mention the brightly colored buildings. Ironically, I didn’t drink a single Corona when I was in Mexico. I drank pretty much only Pacifico. I know I have been pumping these macro, über popular brews for the last two days, but don’t worry, next week I will be painting Alaska beer in honor of AK Beer Week! Although, for Cinco De Mayo, I won’t be able to resist painting another Mexican beer. Perhaps Pacifico or Negra Modelo — my favorite Mexican Beers!
The original painting sold. You can purchase a limited-edition print at myEtsy Shop.
Year of Beer Paintings, 01.07, Corona Extra. Oil on panel, 8″x10″.