Now that the kids are out of school, we are ready to relax and have some summer fun outdoors. The family likes to take in ball games, movies in the park, lounging by the pool or just watching the sun set over a cool tasting drink.
Finding reusable drinkware is a great way to take your favorite beverages on an afternoon picnic in the park and you can enjoy it with the delightful drink ware set from Gallery Drinkware.
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From the beginning, our plan was simple: let’s decorate premium glass bottles with our favorite art by renowned marine life artist Wyland, with his colorful seascapes, majestic whales, free playing dolphins, and sea turtles nestled on sunny beaches.
With the combination of art and premium glass, we have a unique opportunity: let’s rethink convenience and let our love for the ocean and natural world prevail. Our Signature Bottles are gentle reminders of what your efforts are protecting. Let’s think about dolphins, turtles, whales and other beautiful sea life; meadows, flowers, tree branches, and blossoms, when filling a glass container seems too inconvenient.
Let’s think about the simple, yet profound beauty of nature. Whether it’s the ocean or a peaceful garden, nature cannot flourish if it’s covered in plastic rubbish. It’s time to get single-use plastic water bottles out of the home once and for all. It’s time to choose the beauty of nature and the elegance of reusable artistic glass bottles over plastic!
After the success of marine life artist Wyland, Gallery Drinkware has since released other infamous artists work including Guy Harvey, Drew Brophy, and Vincent Van Gogh.
The Van Gogh colelction features five of his most iconic work, including this stunning Sunflowers. The eye-catching glass bottle is great for everyday use and is a perfect addition to your picnic basket for a romantic evening along the river or centerpiece when entertaining family. Here is a bit of History of Sunflowers:
Van Gogh began his Sunflowers series with great ardor. His mission for these paintings would be to impress his friend, the artist Gauguin, with a series of decorative still lifes of sunflowers, which were to grace the walls of Gauguin’s bedroom. Van Gogh had to work quickly, as the flowers rapidly wilted in a vase. Gauguin considered the paintings highly successful and declared that sunflowers should be Van Gogh’s trademark. The Sunflowers painting that he created in 1889 is now in the Van Gogh Museum.
My like to fill the bottle with fresh, filtered water and add a bit of sweet flavoring like fruit punch or strawberry and let it chill in the fridge all day long. Later in the evening, I pull it out and share a cool drink with my daughter as we watch the sun set along our back deck.
The stunning 1-liter bottle is frosted and perfectly pictures the iconic work of Van Gogh’s Sunflowers. It has a 22-karat gold liquid frame and lettering. The best way to enjoy you bottle, of course, is the the accompanying glasses .
With its sunny hues, alternately wilting and thriving flowers, and lush brushstrokes, Vincent Van Gogh Sunflowers are showcased exquisitely on this elegant glass drinkware. Each glass is 13 oz. in size. Perfect for a few glassfuls of your favorite beverage.
You can find the Sunflowers collection, along with other Van Gogh designs like Almond Blossom, Irises, Wheatfield w/ Crows Glossy glasses and Wheatfield Under Thunderclouds glass (2-pack each) online with Gallery Drinkware. Take loved one(s) out this summer, make some memories, have an epic picnic and share delicious moments with Gallery Drinkware.
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