Most of my coffee paintings for the past year have been black and white. For the next one, I wanted to create it with lots of color and visual impact. I had a loose idea in my head of a Bohemian style, and took inspiration from a few different coffee bag designs.
This is how it turned out!
This print is available in sizes 8″ x 10″, 11″ x 14″ and 16″ x 20″:
The moka pot is used as a sort of stove-top espresso maker. It’s more of an old-school DIY type of thing, rather than a really expensive espresso machine. While it doesn’t really make true espresso, it does make a strong and syrupy coffee. I like strong coffee!
The sound of the alarm clock is softened when you’re looking forward to a warm and tasty cup of coffee in the morning, with the early sun streaming through the windows, illuminating the cool colors of the ceramic and silver.
This original coffee painting is painted with oils on 9″ x 12″ linen paper, with cool blues, purples and crimson contrasting nicely against warm golds, yellows and siennas. Interested in purchasing? Just email me at email@example.com