The Photoreal Works of Glennray Tutor

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 18, 2014
Based in Oxford, Mississippi, Glennray Tutor is an American painter best known for his incredible photorealistic paintings, suffused with bright colors and nostalgic themes. Part of the Photorealism art movement, Tutor's work is featured in numerous public, corporate, and private collections, and has been displayed alongside such esteemed artists as Roy Lichtenstein, Chuck Close, and Robert Rauschenberg.

Suzanne Berry's "Bug" Series

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 31, 2014
New York-based artist Suzanne Berry is a mostly self-taught artist who paints large realistic-looking bugs on canvases up to 24x36 inches. The large format of her painting allows viewers to see the detail with which she paints the crawly creatures.

Graphic Hyppereal Paintings By Fábio Magalhães

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Fábio Magalhães works with self-reference painting. Metaphorically connecting images of his own body, feelings and banal situations, Magalhães aims at pointing out conditions inconceivable to be portrayed but through artifices and distortions of reality. As for this, his art pieces are the result of a modus operandi that makes part of the photographic universe and results in a kind of parallel reality, materialized in the universe of painting.

Hyperrealistic Paintings by Vania Comoretti

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 18, 2014
This morning we take a look at the hyperrealistic paintings of Venice and Udine-based artist Vania Comoretti. Her drawings are created using mixed techniques: water-colour, Indian ink and pastel on paper. Vania attended several courses in advertising graphics before graduating in Restoration and Painting from teh Venice School of Fine Arts.

The Hyperrealistic Works of Franz Gertsch

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
If you have followed the Juxtapoz site over the past few years, you would know that we are in a resurgence of hyperrealistic painters making fantastic work. So we might as well look at one of the great hyperrealistic painters of the past 50 years, with Swiss painter Franz Gertsch having a museum show at the Abattoirs Museum in Toulouse, France through the end of August 2014. If you remember, Gertsch had a fantastic series of paintings of Patti Smith completed in the 1970s that have been shown around the world and at Gagosian Gallery.

The Bizarre, Incredible Sculpture Works of Tony Matelli

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 02, 2014
Ron Mueck has long been a favorite of the staff here at Juxtapoz, but we may have found another artist who creates some bizarre and realistic sculptures that may you stop dead in your tracks. Chicago-born, NYC-based installation and sculpture artist Tony Matelli doesn't always create sculpture works, but we collected a bunch of images of 4 significant works to show you today. 

Kim Ji-Hoon's Rendered Realism

Illustration // Sunday, June 01, 2014
These realistic pencil renderings from an artist by the name of Kim Ji-Hoon are seriously blowing my mind right now. I don't even think my eyes are capable of seeing that much detail, let alone re-creating it. We came across some intricatley drawn illustrations of body parts (Arnold Schwarzenegger throwback), landscapes and animals from this incredible talent who chooses to remain pretty anonymous.

Paintings by Anna Wypych

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 08, 2014
Polish artist Anna Wypych specializes in figurative realism. Her lifelike oil paintings seem effortless in the way that Anna captures the supple, natural curve of skin. In Anna's self portrait, she has successfully recreated all the details...

Hyper Realistic Paintings by Roberto Bernardi

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Italian artist Roberto Bernardi will be opening an exhibition of new hyper realistic paintings at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in NYC on May 1st. Bernardi spends up to a month creating each painting, using traditional painting techniques of oil on canvas. 'I normally focus on subjects considered banal, like the inside of a fridge, a washing-up machine, the inside of a sweet machine or simply sweets themselves. I like to portray them from an interesting point of view that reveals how interesting they actually are.'

Hyperreal Image Fools Some, Impresses Most

Juxtapoz // Saturday, April 12, 2014
This is not a photo of colored pencils in a box. It's a digital drawing made from scratch in Photoshop. Some may say it’s a waste of talent, others may say it’s a perfect exercise in hyperrealism, and even others still may say nothing at all. But all we can say is wow!

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