|"The Tasting Room" Brian Carter Cellars
When I think about this painting, several things come to mind. First, in a Warholian sense it might be the most Pop of the entire body of work.
Additionally, I feel it is among the most abstract. Yes, abstract.
Compositionally, there is no main focus, no place the eye rests when viewing the painting. It soon devolves into circles, ovals, cylinders and fields of color that mimic abstract expressionism's effects on the visual field, in spite of its hyper real qualities. The visual commotion also reflects the activity and energy of the tasting room.