5. Paint A New World
Artist Jim Warren started making creations at the age of two. By the time he was out of high school, the Long Beach, California native was winning awards at local art competitions. Unlike many painters, Warren was self-taught and managed to keep a DIY ethos for his entire career.
6. A Brush With Stardom
Later in his career, Warren decided to work on album covers. His artwork for Bob Seger’s 1980 album Against The Wind earned a Grammy for Best Recording Package. Other musicians Warren has worked with include Prince (“Around The World In A Day”) and Alice Cooper (“Raise Your Fist and Yell”).
One of his paintings will certainly leave you scratching your head.
7. Horse With No Name
Jim Warren’s amazing painting Seven Horses can be seen as false advertising at first. Only one horse is seen galloping through the beach. Those that bother to look closer will discover the artist’s hidden surprises.
We spotted about four horses on our first look. How did you do? Can you see all seven?
8. No Hiding Space
Aside from the visible bronco, a few more are cleverly hidden. One horse is seen forming out of the bush on the side. A crashing wave unveils another one. The clouds in the background form a horse ready to seize the day.
Four down so far. Only three more to go!