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Monday, November 22, 2010

Concert - Kadri Gopalnath

  1. Jaganaanada - Naattai  
  2. Mohana raamaa - Mohanam 
  3. Paavana guru - Hamsanandini 
  4. Krishnaa nee - Yamankalyaani 
  5. Thillaanaa - Kadanakudhoogalam 
  6. Venkatachala - Sindhubairavi
The bad news is time flies. The good news is you're the pilot.

    How a painter can change...............!

    This is a typical concrete and stucco facade

    Then the wall starts to take on a 
    3-dimensional appearance: -

    This is Eric, in his element, 30' off the ground. 

    He does most of the artwork by himself
    & researches, paints and designs each project from scratch. 

    His wife Kathy, also an artist,
    serves as project manager. 

     Finished product 
    Here are some more examples of Eric's projects: - 
    Great American Crossroad - Bucyrus , Ohio 

     Liberty Remembers 
    Hard to believe you're looking 
    at a flat 2-dimensional wall. 
    How to dress up a drab Shopping Mall in Niagara

    After his work

    Also, look at the close-up of the left side: -
     And the middle: -

    (I wonder how many birds fly
    into this wall on a daily basis?) 

    Indoor Murals at the Hallway of Miller Brewery... 

    Before: -

    Miller Fermenting Rooms 
    Past meets Present in the Miller Brewery Fermenting Rooms. 

    Hooks, clipboards and aprons were added to 
    the surface of the murals to enhance the illusion... 

    You're looking at FLAT walls! 
    Detail view looking down the illusional hallway in the previous mural:


    I wonder how many people walk into the walls, while trying to go down a hallway that does not exist!
    Can't we do our subways as beautiful as this?
    Blogger BHASKARAN19 said...
    Don't ever dream such thing in India leave alone chenna. We cn see this only in movies or in your blog
    November 22, 2010 7:13 AM
    Blogger Geetha said...
    Outstanding! What a creativity!!
    November 22, 2010 9:01 AM
    Blogger Vinod said...
    It needs great amount of dedication and brilliancy in creating illusions. I wonder if there are any such persons in India... Dear Shri Hariharan, You are such a wonderful explorer. Every day you bring up some interesting posts in your blog, most of them are really informative. Eventhough you are out of station, you didn't miss to post. Thanks for all such posts. Regards, Vinod N N
    November 27, 2010 7:46 AM