When asked about the weather in Scotland, not many people would refer to it as beautiful, but the landscape paintings from Scott Naismith beg to differ. With the cloudy weather being cast with a vibrant array of colors the otherwise dreary weather is shown in a new light.
It's always difficult to transform something that has a negative connotation into a beautiful work of art that literally paints a new picture. What Glasgow artist Scott Naismith has done is a remarkable feat, as his landscape paintings manage to be both vivid and hazy at the same time. As to why Naismith targets clouds for his paintings, he states on his site that clouds "have the ability to refract and reflect, creating an ever changing perception of light which inspires my use of color."
Multicolored Landscape Paintings
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Strikingly Surreal Landscapes
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