Sometimes when the sunshine hits things just right, you see rainbows, and sometimes, leaves in autumn glow with an otherworldly quality.

If Nicholas Bohac‘s depictions of landscapes are any indicator, the world he lives in is full of these moments. In his art, cobblestone walkways look more like gem-encrusted or candy-strewn paths, and electrical towers blend in nonchalantly with bare trees and rainbow highways. A piece of Bohac’s personal collection, entitled Trippin’ Off the Land about sums up the general feeling I get from these pieces; they are hypercolored and radiating with beyond-reality energy.

I should also mention that these pieces are huge; they’re also mixed media pieces utilizing just about everything, including acrylics, fabric, copper leaf, ink, photographs, collage, and silkscreen. Ace.

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