Ex-graffiti artist and naturalist painter, Sage Vaughn, wears infra-red night vision goggles while he paints. Because lots of animals and insects look through infra-red eyeballs.
He's been featured in all kinds of famous galleries and on the albums of widely-known bands.
Here are some close-ups and some faraways of pieces from Sage Vaughn's Wildflowers series. The one called Vasquez looks like flowers on top of the Flatirons I see everyday in CO. Maybe it is?
To see more, visit sagevaughn.com.