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Hypnotic Paintings of Water by Eric Zener

Hypnotic Paintings of Water by Eric Zener

There's one thing I would never take for granted during a hot summer: water! Nothing like swimming in a cold water pool, or diving into the ocean, all of it to refresh ourselves away from the hot, hot sun. Eric Zener has mastered the art of painting water! If painting by itself wasn't tricky enough, Eric has to paint thinking about the refraction of water, and adapt light to what he thinks it's the best, natural looking lightning of a certain scene. I bet this takes many, many hours (if not days) for him to complete a piece like these. Of course, that these are only a few of his pieces. For more of it, please visit his personal portfolio! He'll definitely enjoy it. Cheers! ;)

Ultra Realistic Oil Paintings by Pedro Campos

Photorealistic paintings on canvas are definitely in a whole other level of awesomeness. Seeing a painting for the first time and thinking it's actually a photograph is definitely a compliment for an artist like Pedro Campos. Pedro is a Spanish artist that makes these astonishing pieces of oil on canvas. He's definitely a very talented person... I can't even imagine me making something look good on Photoshop, left alone on canvas. This guy deserves more attention, so for more of his fantastic work, you may check his personal portfolio or the Plus One Gallery, in London. Cheers! ;)

Inspiration: Amazing artist Audrey Kawasaki

Hi, here's my first post on Abduzeedo. I want to spend my very first one for an artist I recently discovered and I loved since the very first second, her name is Audrey Kawasaki. This is a short description of her art directly from her site "The themes in Audrey Kawasaki's work are contradictions within themselves. Her work is both innocent and erotic. Each subject is attractive yet disturbing. Audrey's precise technical style is at once influenced by both manga comics and Art Nouveau. Her sharp graphic imagery is combined with the natural grain of the wood panels she paints on, bringing an unexpected warmth to enigmatic subject matter."She also has great pencil works