Artwork of artist J.C. Chandor, seen here in 2013, shows the impact of a solar eclipse on an automobile.
Chandors work is a reminder of the way nature can influence our lives.
Chandora’s work is inspired by the experience of driving in an eclipse and has been exhibited at museums across the country.
It’s also an artful way to highlight how nature can change the world.
A simple idea is a powerful tool, according to Chandor.
“Nature has the power to change our perception of the world,” he says.
“It is a very powerful tool.
If we look at nature from a distance, we miss some of the beauty.”
Chandor says that the work reflects the way people in his home village of Lakhpatra, in southern India, view the earth.
“They see the earth as a place where the trees grow, the animals come and eat the fruits, and that is all,” he said.
“But they also see the sun as the most important thing.
We see the sunlight as an energy source, not just a tool.”
In his latest work, Chandor uses his own car to create a dramatic image that depicts the sun’s impact on the car.
“When the sun is very high, the sky is blue and the sky becomes bright, the ground is brown and the soil is yellow.
When the sun goes down, the skies are dark and the ground becomes black,” Chandor said.
Chandoras work is based on his own observations.
He says the work is part of a larger project called “The Earth,” which he started last year.
“I started this project in 2017, and I thought, I’ll just do this one thing for a few years,” Chandora said.
He said he has been working on the project for several years and that he has collected many images of different types of objects that have been captured in different places in India.
“In the process of making the images, I realized I wanted to capture a particular moment in the landscape, the moonlight, or a certain day,” he explained.
Chandoas work is an inspiration for other people to make their own art, Chandora says.
His work can be used as a way to celebrate nature and the people who live near the land.
“What is beautiful about the sun, is its power,” he added.
“The sun is the most beautiful thing in the sky, but people see it as something that takes you to a place.”
Chandora is a member of the International Foundation for Science and Technology, an organization that supports scientists who are pursuing research into the natural world.
The foundation is a nonprofit organization that promotes science, technology, engineering and mathematics in India and around the world, with the goal of promoting the development of sustainable development.
“We see this as a chance to work together and share ideas,” he told The Times.
Chandoric works on the side as a consultant for the foundation and has a teaching certificate in art.
“If you are a scientist or engineer, it is good to have an understanding of what the world is all about,” Chandori said.
Artworks from the Chandora project have also been featured in the Smithsonian, the National Geographic Society, the Royal Astronomical Society, and other museums.
Chandori says that he and his wife are passionate about the work.
“You can always see how much it influences the way you live your life,” he explains.
“A person’s life is a reflection of how they view the world.”