Talented Artist Invokes Melancholy with Realistic Paintings of Rainy Windows

Watching raindrops rolling down the glass window is strangely pleasing. While it invokes melancholy, it can also be very calming and soothing. This is also the feeling that artist Luiza Niechoda aims to produce with her artworks.

Niechoda recently presented a series of paintings titled “Rain-Kissed Windows,” which consist of highly realistic depictions of rain-covered windows. In her works, the drops of rain dance on the glass while making way to a beautiful landscape behind the window.

According to Niechoda, the process of making the painting begins with her painting the landscape first. After that, she covers the scene with raindrops before installing a wooden window frame to make the painting complete.

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