The Real Life Paintings of Alexa Meade. All of Alexa Meade’s artistic creations look like they’ve just escaped from a famous painting and are trying to fond their place in the real world.
One of the best body-painters in the world, Alexa Meade uses acrylic paint to make her subjects look like real-life paintings. I know it’s hard to believe, but these are indeed just photographs, not paintings. Ms. Meade skilfully applies acrylic paint onto the subjects and their backgrounds, creating the illusion of a painting. It’s not until the subjects appear in real-life settings that you realize they’re actually real people. Realistic Underwater Paintings by Sarah Harvey. Most people love taking photos of themselves underwater, but English artist Sarah Harvey isn’t like people.
She likes to take things to a whole new level by using photos of herself underwater as reference for her incredibly realistic paintings. Most often than not, Sarah likes to be both the artist and the subject of her artworks. She puts on a bathing suit, jumps in one of London’s oldest pools and goes underwater so her photographer friend can take a series of photos. She takes into consideration the position of the sun every time she prepares for a photo shoot, and tries to include its reflection on the water whenever she can, along with the surrounding darkness to create a contrast that makes the distorted human figure look even more interesting. Once work at the pool is completed, the artist heads for her studio in East London, where she selects the best photos and starts placing them one over the other to create a collage.
Yigal ozeri. Omar Ortiz. Photorealism at Deutsche Guggenheim. Hyper-Realistic Paintings By Visual Artist, Hilo Chen. By Ajani on July 9, 2010 Check out these great hyper-realistic paintings by a Taiwanese visual artist named Hilo Chen (via Vectroave) Very cool.
You can check outmore of Chen’s work via these websites: www.artnet.com/artist/154004/hilo-chen.html theworldsbestever.com/2010/04/02/hilo-chen www.all-art.org/art_20th_century/chen_hilo1.html Ajani Charles a j a n i photography: digital image solutions www.ajani.cawww.ajaniphotography.com. 21 Mind-Blowing Hyperreal Paintings. As an outgrowth of photorealism, hyperrealism is a relatively new school of painting that creates the illusion that you're actually looking at a photo.
With new technology in cameras and digital equipment, artists have been able to be far more precision-oriented. While photorealist painters tend to imitate photographic images and will consciously omit details, the hyperreal painter is more literal, incorporating photographic limitations such as depth of field, perspective and focus. Because hyperreal art creates a false reality, it requires a high level of skill. I've put together some of the most amazing hyperreal paintings that will make you question whether you're actually looking at a painting or a photograph. If the artist has done his or her job well, you'll stand back in awe at their work.
Justart-e, hyperrealism, hyperrealistic paintings, hyperrealists artists, hyperrealist art, hyper realists art, photorealism. Alex Roulette Opening. Hyperreal Paintings (55 pics) Pics | 10 Mar, 2010 | Views: 10167 | I would never guess that these pictures are actually paintings.But they are.Unbelievable.
Most Realistic Painting Ever. Most Realistic Painting Ever – The hyper-realistic paintings left disoriented.
It feels like being in front of photographs of banal everyday objects looking better but then you realize being in front of paintings. To me that drawing as a child asylum is inconceivable that the images of this post are out of a brush, yet it is so. Graphic design and communication, and was initially dedicated to refine different techniques such as drawing, pastel, charcoal, watercolor, acrylic and airbrush, eventually developing a passion for oil painting which now devotes the time exclusively. Class of 1974 art and photography enthusiast, who delights (so to speak) to create real masterpieces of paintings that at first glance seem very high resolution photographs. Looking at best, and probably live, you soon realize that these fabulous creations are oils on canvas! Wayne Forrest. Trend: Hyper-reality in art — View on Canadian Art. French philosopher Jean Baudrillard, best-known for his concept of hyper-reality, died last week at his home in Paris.
Jean Baudrillard. Image: Nonplatonic.com “The very definition of the real becomes: that of which it is possible to give an equivalent reproduction. The real is not only what can be reproduced, but that which is always already reproduced. The hyper real.” With the recent rise of the â€œmockâ€ documentary and the immersive hyper-real installation, it’s easy for the viewer to become confused as to where the line between real and unreal is drawn.
The history of this particular trend in art may be traced from the origins of performance art in America â€“ the collaborations between John Cage, Merce Cunningham and Robert Rauschenberg: Gorgeous Hyper-Realistic Nude Paintings. Mexico-based artist Omar Ortiz stuns us with his new hyper-realistic paintings.
Just when we thought they couldn't get any more beautiful, his oil paintings become even more sensual and provocative, giving us a renewed appreciation for the gorgeous female form. Recently, Ortiz gave an interview to Sunrise Artists where he talked about his love of oil on canvas (saying it's "the noblest way of painting") as well as how the Internet has helped shaped his career ("The computer is a global and immediate way of communication, and using a blog to publish/post my work has given me many more advantages than disadvantages.
I have been able to open doors around the world, and all of the contacts that I have gotten have been thanks to my work published on the Internet. ") GALLERY WORK.