Browsing Category : featured artists

Alex Devereux & the fascination of lights


The first and the last lights of the day have always a particular fascination on everyone of us, to which we can’t ever be indifferent. And artists are par excellence the most sensible to this kind of attractions: many times a typical kind of light can totally change an object or a scene and the perception of it, like in…

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The Art of Illustration of Fernando Ferreiro


We can define the illustration as a unique interpretation of the world seen by the eyes of the artist. Illustrators have the extraordinary capacity to visualize an image in their head that can explain any concept. This is just what many of the most famous illustrators of all time did. Also today the worlds of illustration and advertising are often…

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Photorealism by Erwin Moore


The realism field is ever more expanded and full of styles and different techniques. Today, many artists follow their own personal process to achieve a realistic result, by diverging from the working phases of the classical realism. Erwin Moore creates his hyperrealistic oil on canvas, by mixing together various styles with his strong brush strokes. He plays with lights and…

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The tenderness of animals in Danguole Serstinskaja


Many of the artists who portray animals have a strictly relationship with them, it’s inevitable. Some of them love to represent the animal in its natural habitat, others concentrate theirselves on the predominant subject with all its characteristics and yet others mostly depict their best friends. But there’s one thing who can connect all the animal artists: the passion for…

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The fascination of Italian cities by David V Wheeler


Cityscapes have always been a classic theme for painters throughout art history, but it’s so fascinating to see how the theme has evolved and is being reinterpreted in modern times. Before the invention of photography, painters with their unique artistic abilities were the prime creators of images that captured specific scenes from the era in which they lived. Contemporary realist…

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Hyperrealism Magazine #8 – September issue


We’re so excited to present you this fantastic new issue of Hyperrealism Magazine!!! There are interviews with outstanding talented artists, such as Sebastian Nasta, who surprises us with his beautiful portraits and their hidden meanings, Michael Weiss and his peculiar artworks inspired by nature and love for details, Lesley Thiel who fascinates us with her emotional portraits committed to strong…

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The Hyper-Pop Art of Paola Boni


Paola Boni is an Italian based artist that uses action figures, toys and comics mixed with consumer objects like candies, chips bag, chewing gums, yogurt pots and so on… giving life to impactful and colorful hyperrealistic paintings. Her peculiarity is the way she puts together these objects: she doesn’t create just an original still-life composition, but she gives life to…

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Carina Francioso at ARC Vision 2019


Carina Francioso, Canadian artist, is the recipient of the Art Renewal Center/Arcadia Contemporary Gallery Award. Some of her recent works are now exhibited at Arcadia Contemporary Gallery, California, US, until March 2nd. The paintings that Carina has presented in the occasion of the Arc Vision 2019 at Arcadia Gallery are simply breathtaking. She has created a complete portrait of the…

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The New Photorealism of Harold Zabady


Harold Zabady is a multi-award winning US photorealist painter. His work is focused on all the typical themes that distinguish the first generation of Photorealism: vintage cars, shop windows and ordinary scenes of everyday American life. He is able to vary his work skillfully passing from cityscapes to portrait and automotive paintings. Zabady’s artworks are part of the classic photorealistic…

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