Oil on museum quality, archival ampersand gessobord™ panel - 6” x 8”
What can I say about a proper pint of Guinness and Harp? When done right, it is a thing of beauty. A half-and-half is often just another name for a Black & Tan. However, in most North American Irish pubs, the Bass/Guinness combination is called a Black & Tan, while the Harp/Guinness combination is called a Half-and-Half. Either way, it is delicious. Two days ago I painted a black and tan dachshund named Henry. I knew there was a reason I liked the little guy. Could this be a theme? Of my two studio cats - one is black and tan; a frail but beautiful 18 year old, seal-point Siamese queen named Anna. The other, J.J., a foundling white and ginger American shorthair, is a half and half - half angel/half monster (mostly angel). After yesterday's technically challenging sprite, this painting was a walk in the park; a fun, colorful exercise. I even broke out my ancient trowel palette knife to add some color and texture to An Poitin Stil's worn wooden table. Sláinte!
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