Yokohama Mirror Glass

watercolor painting by Erik Kaye
copyright 2009, 2010
Japan

"Yokohama Mirror Glass" by Erik Kaye, copyright 2010

“This is my third painting of this view, slightly unfinished. While I began the first view, construction workers covered the wall of the big Station building with tarps and completely renovated the wall, changing the outer facing with mirrorglass. I just had to paint the contrast of the geometric rooftop structures and the distorted psychedelic reflections on the glass. Glass is actually classified as a liquid.”
— Erik Kaye
Note: See this and more of Erik’s paintings on flickr at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/erikkaye1/


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