Seasons Sparkling teams up with artists on various projects revolving around creative expression, food, art & culture, and engages audiences via new, dynamic platforms. Stakeholders in Seasons Sparkling include artists who help shape the direction of our brand.

Seasons is committed to the long-term support of artists and arts organizations. We dedicate 1% of our sales to the arts – to fund and promote artist & arts programming, and to donate to non-profit organizations.


Alex Bradley Cohen is a painter living in Chicago. He creates portraits that teeter on the verge of dutiful representation and exuberant abstraction.

Alberto and I. 2014. Acrylic on canvas


Basil Kincaid is a post-disciplinary visual artist based in St. Louis, Missouri. He explores the seeming immateriality and physical/personal disconnection within online spaces while observing how waste is reflective of lived experience.

Processing Out Cosmic Essence. 2017. Mixed media collage 3 panels. 8 x 12 in.


Kennedy Yanko is a painter-sculptor based in Bushwick, Brooklyn. She works fluently in wood, metal, marble and paint, repurposing natural materials in unexpected, lyrical combinations.

Extension. 2018. Metal, urethane, enamel, moss. 33 x 27 x 7.5 in.


Elizabeth Allen-Cannon is an artist working primarily in painting and collage. Her work explores the amorphous and unstable qualities of feminine stereotypes, as well as constructions of feminine authorship and selfhood.

It Does Not Hide What It Covers. 2017. Oil, flashe, and blacktop sealant on panel. 36 x 42 in.

Featured photography by BRENDAN CARROLL

Brendan Carroll is a Chicago based photographer and a friend. We’ve always admired his work, so when he had an idea for a shoot at a local laundry joint called “Hollywood Cleaners” we were all about it.