A Whiskey Painting is a miniature watercolor painted by a bona-fide member of the WPA:  WHISKEY PAINTERS OF AMERICA.

The WPA, formed in the late 1950s has a limited membership of 150. An artist must be sponsored by an existing member. 

A genuine Whiskey Painting consists of a miniature piece of art no larger than 4 X 5" painted with watercolor by dipping your brush in some form of alcoholic spirits,.... then possibly sipping the alcohol, thereby enhancing the painting experience.




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The Flamingos (5” x 3 ½”)

The Flamingos (5” x 3 ½”)

The Victor (3½” x 5”)

The Victor (3½” x 5”)

The Desert (3 ½” x 5”)

The Desert (3 ½” x 5”)

Time for Repairs (3 ½” x 5”)

Time for Repairs (3 ½” x 5”)

The Battle (5” x 3 ½”)

The Battle (5” x 3 ½”)

Deliveries at the Strip (3 ½” x 5”)

Deliveries at the Strip (3 ½” x 5”)

Portland Head Lighthouse (3½” x 5”)

Portland Head Lighthouse (3½” x 5”)

Devil's Bridge, Cahors, France (3½” x 5”)

Devil's Bridge, Cahors, France (3½” x 5”)

Dockside, Stonington, Maine (3½” x 5”)

Dockside, Stonington, Maine (3½” x 5”)

St. Ciro La Popie, France (3½” x 5”)

St. Ciro La Popie, France (3½” x 5”)

After the Attack (5” x 3½”)


After the Attack (5” x 3½”)


Table Medley (3½” x 5”)

Table Medley (3½” x 5”)

Veneza (5” x 3½”)

Veneza (5” x 3½”)