• Paintings by Gregory Thielker | Guest Post by The Artful Desperado.

    Posted on 1st May, by Dana Tomić Hughes in art. 4 Comments

    Oh hey, my name is Gabriel and I am the guy behind The Artful Desperado blog – a place where you can hang out and share the love for all things art – creativity, inspiration and loads of colour are all included. You can follow the artful frenzy on the blog or on Twitter and Pinterest. 

    It goes without saying – I’m super excited (!!) to be able to share some art with you here on Yellowtrace, so let’s jump right into it, shall we?


    Yes. These are paintings. No. We are not kidding. Yes, we know. You are jealous. So are we.

    Gregory Thielker is the mega talented artist behind these master pieces of windshield realism. There’s always something special about artists that turn gloomy/dark daily happenings into smashing pieces of art, helping you see the beauty hidden in them. Gregory is one of these artists and I think he totally nailed it.

    Visit Gregory‘s site to see the rest of his work – I suggest you bring your raincoat and umbrella – yep, his paintings are THAT good.


    [All images: Gregory Thielker.]

  • 4 Responses to “Paintings by Gregory Thielker | Guest Post by The Artful Desperado.”

    1. mrs max says:

      WOW these truly are amazing! Just beautiful!

    2. SLW says:


    3. Esglai Art says:

      they are great! I visited your blog too. great creativity!


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