Rain Painting

Artist Nathan Sharratt uses a water-repellant spray to create work that’s only visible in the rain:

Jennie Xie hopes this marks a new trend:

Looking ahead, Sharratt has plans to make a huge rain drawing on the side of a 14-story marble building, as well as smaller works on road intersections in Atlanta. And he’s not the only one playing with this new material. … Will these new stealthy works of art begin invading our streets? We’ll just have to wait for the rainy days to find out.