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Gregory Thielker: Under the Unminding Sky

  • Posted by Neil Simonton on March 24, 2012 in Art
  • From the files of "I can't believe those aren't photos" come these sensational paintings by American artist Gregory Thielker. The series, Under the unminding sky, depicts rainy days viewed from inside a car, and they're so realistic that you can almost feel the wet.

    "My most recent paintings and drawings explore the sensation of seeing from a car while driving through the rain," Thielker says. "I am fascinated with the constantly changing, yet particular landscapes seen from the car and also the way that the water on the windshield interacts with that landscape. The water creates a shifting lens for the way we see the environment - both highlights and obscures our viewing."

    (via The Fox Is Black)





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