This stunning, vibrant series takes us into the surreal imagination of an incredibly creative mind. Wanting to show off both the front and backend of the modern day muscle car and it's classic counterpart, Michael takes reflections to the next level. The challenge for Michael is to create a plausible scene where the impossible reflection appears, but at the same time, does not overpower the rest of the painting. Look closely to discover that the opposite generation is, in fact, the reflection!
“I've always liked the Camaro, even owning and restorng a '73 at one point. When I saw the aggressive lines of the new retro body style, I knew I was going to do another painting! I wanted to bring across the idea of classic and new — a 'back to the future' kind of a thing — bringing the viewer from then to now. That's why I utilized the big sky, to... “I've always liked the Camaro, even...In Stock
“I was really impressed with the retro body styling of the Challenger when it was first released in 2008. Dodge really nailed it, right down to the available paint colors. Now, 7 years later, they've done it again, and even better. At 707 hp, the 2015 Hellcat is an impressive beast that's easy to like. Whenever I see an example of this modern muscle on... “I was really impressed with the...In Stock
“Ford has definitely kept the muscle car alive with it's continuous production of the Mustang. With the recent retro styling by the Big 3, we've seen some impressive examples of modern muscle. I started this series with the 2010 and 1969 Camaros. I planned on doing a painting featuring the Shelby, but didn't really know what direction to take it. When the... “Ford has definitely kept the muscle...In Stock