Texas Sky: Art Perspective

Skyscapes

Like landscapes and seascapes, artists were interested in the sky as a subject of their expression. Traditionally, artists used the watercolor oil or acrylic paints to visualize skies, but today’s world some artists used drones and 360-degree cameras to capture the beauty of the sky.

I created my own skyscape by manipulating photographs of Texas sky, I took over the years. I utilized a grid of different panels to change colors different sections; These sections to represent various faces of Texas Sky.

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Texas Sky in a grid by Kelly Park

“My greatest dream is the projection of light into the vast night sky, the probing of the universe as it meets the light, untouched, without obstacles—the world of space is the only one to offer man practically unlimited freedom.”—Otto Piene

Here are some skyscape paintings from various artists.

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Vista del Golfo II by Julio Larraz
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Untitled by Carlos Narino
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Samsara by Zhaoming Wu
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Cloud and Power Line by Maurizio Lanzillotta
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Work 1 by Yumiko Kinoshita

 

 

 

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