Many artists have tried to create a marriage between the world of the arts and the world of wine. Unfortunately, wine is a very uncooperative medium when it comes to creating paintings, simply because it is a natural product, which means that it is extremely sensitive to the surrounding environment.
Wine Made Art is the result of many years of experimentation and attempts at capturing the essential beauty and the wide array of colors found in wine. After several trials and lengthy hours spent in an art studio and chemistry laboratories, Aurodeva was able to find a means of preserving the pigment found in wine, and applying it to his canvases.
Aurodeva tries to honor the wine that he uses, by portraying its character in his paintings. The outcome is a unique painting, that will never look, smell, feel or age like any other. Every bottle of wine is different, and every wine has its own colors to begin with. Aurodeva's paintings actually start to change and mature as time passes, just like a wine would inside the barrel.
WHAT IS WINE MADE ART?
The Wine Made Art technique is an innovative means of experiencing a wine, not only through its taste or smell, but also through a colorful, visual form of artistic expression. This allows the viewer to discover the many nuances of color that can be found in wine.
Aurodeva's inspiration tends to derive from anything that has to do with this ancient, fascinating product. His paintings often describe a wine's character through expressions in portraits of people. He is particularly intrigued by the human form, and how emotions, pleasure, anger, love, or passion, can be closely linked to wine, both as a medium and as subject.
Wine is among the most ancient beverages on this planet, a drink for the rich and the poor. Cultures across the world have their own variations of this mystical product. Many have sought inspiration from it, and it is thus only fair to honor it by using its magnificent plethora of colors in painting.