The Thrill

The Thrill

“The Thrill”. 1967 Ford Mustang GT500 on a gallery wrapped 36”x48” canvas. Has blacklight highlights, foreground of road has molding paste for extra texture. Prints Available for $600 -Details •24”x36” Gallery Wrapped Canvas •Molding Paste on road •Blacklight Highlights •Silver highlights on grille and rims •Topped with epoxy to protect the art Comment below/message me if interested. Find me on Instagram @goghwithart

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I’ve always had a passion for art, because when I look at paintings I am able to see the way that that artist saw the world. The paintings of the past create a way for people of this time to understand the things that happened in history. It’s a way of showing who they are, what they’ve been through, or what they’re going through, and maybe even where they want to go in life. With my paintings, my goal is to make people feel something whatever that may be. Some of them offer a sense of magic, because there can be magic in the landscapes you discover. They may have been discovered by other people but the new places you travel to were not yet discovered by you. Other paintings have more of a surrealistic sense to them, as they’re places you could only dream of going. Though, dreams are what makes the world go ‘round, and they push people to do the things they need to do to live the life they want. Don’t let the reality of the day-to-day life break down your dreams, and don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do something. I mostly paint landscapes in order to show the beauty outside of day-to-day life, and the adventures that one would be able to go on. I also mostly paint sunsets because to me that is when the sky really comes alive. The clouds become their own work of art, all of the colors that don’t usually belong transport you to a place of wonder and complete amazement. I also have a passion for cars so y’all will see a few collections in the future with some fun adrenaline. My favorite thing to capture with cars is adventure, traveling, and just the simple joys of living nights out on the town under the neon lights.

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