In typical Arvid fashion, "Three's Company" delights the viewer with a sea of contrasts. The soft light and warm wood tones set against the dark and cool surfaces of the bottle and the glasses draw the gaze from element to element. The detail is so impeccable; one can almost detect the floral aroma of the Cabernet wafting from the glass.
Thomas Arvid spends months perfecting each of his monumental paintings, never letting one go before he has taken it to his edge and refined every surface. This attention to detail, combined with his impeccable craftsmanship, and unerring visual acuity, have cemented his place as "America's Preeminent Painter of Wine." It's no wonder The Los Angeles Times calls him "The Rembrandt of Yountville."