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Kazuhiro Tsuji

Kazuhiro Tsuji is a large scale hyperrealist sculptor, who taught himself to imitate life through trial, error and meticulous mimicry.

He is most famous for his portraits of Dali, Lincoln, Warhol and Dick Smith (his original mentor whom he contacted through Fangoria Magazine in 1987). 13 more words

Sculpture

Painting: "Devour 1."

Devour 1.

16×20
Acrylic
2015

This is the first painting of a triptych.  This set is meant to be more whimsical in meaning while still delicate and delectable in imagery.  189 more words

Painting

Karla Mialynne

Karla Mialynne creates hyper-realistic portrait pieces using watercolour pencils, coloured markers and acrylic paints.

Devour Progress:

I started this set ten days ago.  I had seen a photo of waffles that caught my eye.  I loved the play of the syrup in the dimples of the waffle.  172 more words

Painting

Entanglement

There is a large gap between when I fell asleep and now. Unnaturally large. Sixteen hours large. How had I been asleep that long? There is a dull pain around my skull. 1,259 more words

Prose

Finished Painting: Picnic

Finished Painting:

Picnic
Acrylic
24×24
2015

This painting proved to challenge me greatly.  Starting off with the background element of the cloth.  Previously my background elements have always had very rigid texture, be it wood or a counter-top of some sort.  364 more words

Painting

Swimming Bowl

Right from the easel:
“Zwemkom” (Swimming Bowl)
25 x 25 cm
Oil on panel

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Paintings