Wine pours are made by pouring wine (or dark beer) on #400 watercolor paper, letting the liquid dry, then taking a look at the dried stain/image to see what shapes appear. Those shapes are defined with markers and colored pencil, using the lines/shapes of the pour. Some of the wine/beer stain is left untouched, other areas are mostly covered, but the integrity of the pour remains. Sometimes, I have no direction for what I expect the final piece to look like, and discover as I go. Titles of the pours are taken exclusively from current events (whether world-wide or personal events), and help date stamp a place in time.