One day, Kyle Bice headed over to his internal drink-and-draw, a village activity where artsy forms get together for a few pints and emanate artwork. On that day, however, Bice satisfied something: he’d lost his paints.
That tiny fact competence have put a check on things, though luckily, Bice is flattering innovative. Instead of carrying to rest on a associate artist for materials, he simply used what was available: beer.
Bice simply dipped a brush into his vigourous and began painting. And thus, a Beer Portraits were born.
By regulating a beer, Bice achieves ethereal sepia tones and a loose, watercolor-like style. The outcome is a undying look, job to mind selected photos, though a Impressionistic character keeps it modern.
Bice has clever ties to a qualification brewing world, too. He works as a tab artist for New Holland Brewing, formed out of Holland, Michigan, and he’s also a published author. After going on a promotional debate with New Holland, he found he could spin a Beer Portraits into a unchanging partial of his work.
Today, he interviews and paints brewers, artists, musicians, chefs, and all kinds of artistic people.
He doesn’t only do portraits of people. Bice has also branched out into animals, cartoons, and anticipation creatures.
Bice during work with his middle of choice.
You can review a interviews with some of Bice’s sitters on his website, and see some-more of his work, too. When he’s not portrayal with beer, he also creates some-more normal illustrations and paintings, that can be seen on his portfolio site. You can also watch his newest art reveal on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Originals are even accessible on his Etsy store for purchase.