Artist Gregory Thielker has composed several paintings that suggest that the observer is looking out of a car windshield while it's raining. They're remarkably realistic. Thielker writes:
These paintings became a way to explore how driving in weather shifts and changes the views outside the car as well how the driving experience informs our basic interpretation of environment. We easily understand how painting can mold cultural perception, which in turn influences landscape design to become more like painting (view points, scenic routes, etc.).
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