Jelly Belly Bean Art Collection

The Starry Night

Artist: Kristen Cumings

In celebration of Vincent van Gogh's masterwork, The Starry Night, Jelly Belly commissioned artist Kristen Cumings to recreate the famous image completely in Jelly Belly jelly beans. Because Van Gogh's brush strokes went in a circular, swirling pattern, Cumings had to place each individual bean in the same direction as the brushstroke to mimic the effect and recreate it on a larger scale.

American Gothic

Artist: Kristen Cumings

A sweet take on farm families and life in the American Midwest, the Jelly Belly reproduction of Grant Wood's American Gothic* is a fitting tribute for a candy family whose roots began in Belleville, Illinois. The direct descendents of Gustav Goelitz who started making candy in 1869 are now leading the Jelly Belly Candy Company.
*Derived from American Gothic, 1930 by Grant Wood.
All rights reserved Wood Graham Beneficiaries/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY.

Girl with a Pearl Earring

Artist: Kristen Cumings

Known as "The Mona Lisa of the North," Jelly Belly commissioned a recreation of Johannes Vermeer's masterwork, Girl with a Pearl Earring, made completely from Jelly Belly jelly beans. The artwork's focal point, a dangling pearl earring, was created using three different flavors of Jelly Belly beans to achieve the same effect as Vermeer's work.

Young Blonde Girl

Artist: Kristen Cumings

The bright candy colors of the original painting expanded artist Kristen Cumings color palette of Jelly Belly beans into a brilliant new range, a fitting tribute to both the colorful confections and Impressionism of Renoir's original. This piece in the Masterpieces of Jelly Bean Art collection from Jelly Belly is a happy slice of real life that speaks to us today.

the Great Wave off Kanagawa

Artist: Kristen Cumings

Katsushika Hokusai's The Great Wave Off Kanagawa is comprised of a wide range of Jelly Belly bean flavors used to capture the intense blue of the waves and the white of the foam caps. The artist went to great lengths to recreate the intricate details of the original wood block print, even using just three beans to depict the fishermen kneeling on the boats caught in the waves.

Mona Lisa

Artist: Kristen Cumings

Made completely from Jelly Belly jelly beans, artist Kristen Cumings recreated Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece with a sweet twist. The Jelly Belly Mona Lisa is reflective of what art historians believe the original colors may have looked like before almost 600 years of wear and tear.

We Can Do It!

Artist: Kristen Cumings

In celebration of the American spirit and the vital role women played in World War II, Jelly Belly recreated a wartime poster that has become an icon for the work of American women who streamed into factories to build the war machines.

Woman with Mango

Artist: Kristen Cumings

While working in the blues and purples to recreate the woman's dress in Jelly Belly beans, artist Kristen Cumings became enamored with the range of blues and the flavor Island Punch. A fitting flavor for a tribute to the islands and the people of Tahiti.

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