Hyperrealistic Rainy Windshield Drawings by Elizabeth Patterson


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Los Angles based artist Elizabeth Patterson uses colored pencils and solvents to recreate water droplets on rain-streaked windshields. Patterson begins with her own photography and uses several images for a single drawing, finding the details and patterns that feel right for each composition.

In 1986, Elizabeth traveled to Hawaii where she explored the magnificence of the beauty of water. The results of that trip can be seen as Elizabeth continues to explore capturing the beauty of water in graphite and color pencil drawings.


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