I absolutely love this project by New Jersey-based artist Gregory Thielker called “Under the Unminding Sky”. As he says: “These paintings reflect my interest in the way that the road delineates and controls how we experience landscape. From the roadway perspective, we not only travel from one place to another, we see landscape in a varied and complex manner. I use water on the windshield to create a shifting lens for the way we see the environment: it both highlights and obscures our viewing. Perspectives slip and compress, while shapes and colors merge into one another. I also work with relationships between surface and depth, between flatness and illusion.” Oh yeah, did I mention these are PAINTINGS? I just can’t get over it. I always love the view out the window when there’s rain pouring down, and these capture it in amazing detail.