All Is Not As It Seems With The Paint Covered Faces Below

All Is Not As It Seems With The Paint Covered Faces Below

All Is Not As It Seems With The Paint Covered Faces Below. Even now I know I still can't see it!

photoreal paintings of Brooklyn-based painter Alyssa Monks     http://www.juxtapoz.com/Gallery/alyssa-monks/alyssa-monks-20129-30340

Photoreal Paintings by Alyssa Monks

photoreal paintings of Brooklyn-based painter Alyssa Monks http://www.juxtapoz.com/Gallery/alyssa-monks/alyssa-monks-20129-30340

Life-sized art…

Life-sized art…

Artist makes life-size art using just her body and a piece of charcoal - very unique.I think I would like to try using charcoal.

I first discovered Harding Meyer through my A-level art and have since really loved his distortion of model portraits found in the mass media.

I first discovered Harding Meyer through my A-level art and have since really loved his distortion of model portraits found in the mass media.

The Beginning, extra large giclee art print poster of original oil painting portrait on Etsy, 464:81 kr

The Beginning, extra large giclee art print poster of original oil painting portrait on Etsy, 464:81 kr

Omar Ortiz. Hyper realism oil painting. Beautiful nude woman portrait. Artistic Modeling and Body art.

Omar Ortiz. Hyper realism oil painting. Beautiful nude woman portrait. Artistic Modeling and Body art.

Kwangho Shin s a South Korean painter currently based in Seoul. He studied art at Keimyung University, and has recently become known in the art world for his abstract portraits, which he creates using oil, acrylic, and charcol. Shin's paintings depict subjects using colors that represent the subjects' emotions, with brushstrokes and layers of paint often distorting the subjects' faces while drawing attention to the eyes.

Kwangho Shin s a South Korean painter currently based in Seoul. He studied art at Keimyung University, and has recently become known in the art world for his abstract portraits, which he creates using oil, acrylic, and charcol. Shin's paintings depict subjects using colors that represent the subjects' emotions, with brushstrokes and layers of paint often distorting the subjects' faces while drawing attention to the eyes.

Marina Abramovic, "The Artist Is Present", 2010 #performance #Art

Marina Abramovic, "The Artist Is Present", 2010 #performance #Art

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