Before I create any of my large paintings for prints I do these types of concept paintings. Like this is one. The final large painting will be based on this work so it’s part of the story each painting has. As a watercolor painting it has merit on its own and would look lovely framed in your home or office. It’s one of a kind.
Belgian beer with a Belgian Monk, I’ll drink to that! Proost.
Original Cycling Art | 18×24 inches | Watercolor Paper | Watercolor
Worn by the cycling legend Eddy Merckx, the famous FAEMA brand cycling jersey helped make this espresso machine manufacturing company a household name – even if you didn’t know what their name really stood for.
In 1945 Carlo Ernesto Valente opened a coffee machine factory in Milan: the “Factory Electro Mechanical and Associated Equipment” (“Fabbrica Apparecchiature Elettro Meccaniche e Affini” – FAEMA).
Now you know. This painting is one of a kind – prints are available but the original kicks ass, just like a great espresso.
Original Cycling Art | 40×60 inches | Stretched Canvas | Acrylic Paints | Ships rolled on a Genie Canvas for easy remounting
You’ve heard of the Koppenberg, the famous cobbled climb Belgium. Well KinderKoppen is slang for the cobbles meaning – “children’s heads”. Or when I was there, I was told “baby’s heads”. Either way riding on them is not for kids.
Original Cycling Art | 18×24 inches | Watercolor Paper | Watercolors with Ink on paper