If just drinking beer is already boring for you, maybe ... start drawing with it?
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Chicago-based artist Kyle Bice paints his paintings with beer. He claims that the idea came to him quite by accident.
“I started painting portraits with beer about two years ago when I forgot to bring paints with me to a local club where we were painting while drinking,” he says. “I had some brushes and paper with me, so I dipped the brush into my drink and improvised. After participating in a promotional tour for New Holland Brewing in the fall of 2014, I realized that I could combine my profession with my passion.”
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1. Cleetus Friedman, Chef at Fountainhead Hamburger in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Now Kyle Bice paints portraits of people who are somehow related to the brewing business: owners of bars and breweries, musicians, chefs and farmers. And my fellow artists, of course: they also love beer.
Other subjects in his portraits are actors and athletes.
2. Fred Bueltmann, partner at New Holland Brewing in Holland, Michigan, USA.
3. Phineas X. Jones, designer at Half Acre Beer in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
4. Ernie Banks
5. Lou Brock
6. Kerry Wood
7. Harry Caray
8. Ron Santo
Keywords: Paintings | Beer | Drawings | Artist
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