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This incongruous view of the Golden Gate Bridge roadway is taken through a window framed in wood with mini-blinds and a Chinese dragon table with a Japanese fan in the foreground.  The Mustang convertible is occupied by three art subjects: Van Gogh, Mona Lisa and Helga (secret nude model of Andrew Wyeth).  The original painting is 36 by 48 inches in acrylic, with airbrush used for the sky, roadway and Mustang body.  The original scene was from a photo shot through the sunroof of my car.  The entire exterior scene was painted by hand in between each of the blind slats.  Paint is transparent and the blinds could not simply be painted over the exterior scene.

Golden Gate Bridge painting, mustang, van gogh, mona lisa