Conrad Jon Godly’s mountainous paintings are truly unique, the landscapes have a thick layer of blue, white and black paint which results in the paint appearing to drip from the canvas. Take a few steps back and you could easily mistake them for a photograph of the Swiss Alps.

Godly’s background has been working as a painter, having studied it at the Basel School of Art from 1982 until 1986.  He then worked as a professional photographer for 18 years, and only returned to painting in 2007.

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