Too many ‘Sex on the Beach’ for Tracey Emin, the ‘Shaggy’ years, Margate’ solution to an easy ride throughout the difficulties of her adolescence.
Sarah Locus stirred a ‘Cosmopolitan’ to remind her of the metropolis, the capital now she has moved to rural Norfolk.
The man who screen printed the stars from his down-town New York Studio; Andy Warhol, poured a ‘Manhattan’ over ice.
David Hockey throws back an ‘Americano’ he’s been in LA so long her can’t recall Yorkshire and his routes.
A ‘Russian Mule’ for Kandinsky, transporting all to the awe of his abstracts.
Judy Chicago passed a ‘Bloody Mary’ the first female artist to utilize menstrual blood within her work.
A few to many ‘Ginger and Cinzano’ for Frida Kahlo, hitting the bottle, backwash over her divorce from Diego Rivera.
‘Long Island Iced Tea’ in access, like everything else, including women for Jackson Pollock. Hopefully, no automobile accidents on the peninsular as he makes his way home.
Note: a fiction works, many of the artists featured were lost to the World many decades ago, only their great works remain.