Commission a Wine Painting using your favourite wine!

If you would like a custom painting or portrait by me, I would be honoured to be your artist!

Each Custom Wine Painting is created on 400 cold-press watercolour paper. Once complete, they will receive multiple coats of archival spray as well as 2 coats of museum quality varnish in order to preserve the piece. It will not fade but will age over time. I will have it professionally scanned and a giclee reproduction of it included so that you may compare it to the original during the aging process. A signed certificate of authenticity will also be included.

Custom Framing: if requested, we create custom frames out of oak staves that fermented in wine. They are sealed with matte mahogany orĀ  matte onyx stain/varnish. Non-glare glass (protects against 99% UV Rays) and archival mating (single or double) along with a professional backing will be installed.
*Note: framing is an additional charge


  • 8″ x 10″ = $450 + tax

  • 11″ x 14″ = $550 + tax

  • 16″ x 20″ = $750 + tax


  1. Contact or email me at & please include:
    1. The size of painting you would like (a deposit of half the amount will be required before starting)
    2. The image you would like recreated or a rough idea of what you would like
    3. The wine that you wish to have painted with
  2. The process of painting your piece will begin. (it will take hours to complete and if requested, I can provide progress images as I go for you to see)
  3. Your painting will be sent off to be professionally scanned and a giclee reproduction created
  4. If custom framing is requested, it will be created while the painting is being scanned
  5. When the painting is complete I will send you a separate invoice for shipping (if required)
  6. Then your custom artwork will be on its way to you!

To give you an idea of the various shades of wine I’ve created a small “wine colour palette”. Wine is an organic pigment and will sometimes change slightly over time as these are not sealed behind varnish but are open in my wine fridge to paint with (as you can see with the example of the Rose wines).