Turbid Water: A Series of Hyper-Realistic Seascapes

Turbid Water: A Series of Hyper-Realistic Seascapes

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The artist paints a hyper-realistic seascape
The artist paints a hyper-realistic seascape
A talented artist draws stunning hyper-realistic paintings of ocean waves. Looking at them, it seems that they are about to «throw out» of the paintings.
Open Water. The painting by American artist Matthew Cornell
Open Water. The painting by American artist Matthew Cornell

American painter from California Matthew Cornell creates wonderful paintings of ocean waves. Fabrics are very similar to photos with sea views.

Painting with the sea view
Painting with the sea view

The artist describes her work: «I have always loved the ocean… Its essence – creation and destruction – permeate all my pictures. The roar of the waves on the shore like a heartbeat. The ocean stretches like us… That is why I draw a waves».

Hyper-realistic painting by American artist Matthew Cornell
Hyper-realistic painting by American artist Matthew Cornell

For a long period of time in the works of Matthew dominated portraits. Then, from the figurative painting, he moved to the landscape. His work has won prizes at various competitions. Over time, atmospheric effects, weather phenomena came to dominate the landscape. One day, near the ocean, when emergence a flash of light, the artist saw a muddy, raging water. This spectacle so impressed him that Matthew began to transfer the seen on the canvas the most realistic. Today, many ege paintings are in private collections and galleries. They can also be purchased on the internet.

Hyper-realistic picture of a seascape
Hyper-realistic picture of a seascape

The artist Zaria Forman, in turn, creates a beautiful picture with sea views. However, her paintings are not painted with brushes and paints but pastels and fingers.