Somewhere in a
small nondescript town, Vincent adds his own touch to the art scene by
painting murals on store windows in exchange for food, clothing or other
essentials of day-to-day living.
Vincent’s newest customer, Anthony, can’t quite understand the seemingly
abstract interpretation of his request for a picture of a “Suprema Pizza”
embellished with images of tiny angels enjoying the pizza.
Other customers who have examples of Vincent’s genius painted upon their
windows are quick to support Vincent’s suggestion to Anthony that Anthony
must not look but “feel” what he is attempting to decipher.
Hoping to uncover the secret behind Vincent’s art, Anthony follows Vincent
to his home, and inside the box of an old tractor trailer rig, Anthony
feels, for the first time, one of Vincent’s masterworks as Vincent paints
himself into his own painting.
Anthony is left to carry on as the unwitting protégé of Vincent as he
instructs his own pupil to not merely look at the art, but “feel” it.