Last fall as the Dutch Landscape paintings idea was kicking into gear, artist Molly Dilworth emailed me a link to her rather awesome project, Paintings for Satellites.
For the last couple of years, since the dawn of the Google Earth Era, Dilworth has been exploring different techniques for creating giant paintings for the once-invisible, now-primary facade known as the roof.
As you can see above, she used a piece of Google/Aerodata's distinctive polygonal Dutch camo in the study for her most recent piece, which was executed in November on the roof of 547 West 27th street in Chelsea.
The finished painting is more free-form and organic, and is executed, as are all her rooftop works, out of found, discarded paint, so the color's always a surprise. Very nice work, I hope it's still visible when the snow thaws.
Paintings for Satelites photo set [flickr via c-monster]