Nate Hill, an Australian artist has created a mystical photographic series called “Twisted Landscapes.” In his mysterious series, two things remain constant, silhouette of a lone figure and the use of spherical element.
The photographer depicts the outline of a man who is miniature in size, when compared to the vastness of his surroundings. Whether the figure is placed at the centre of what may seem like moss green mountains or swirls of lavenders, the man is always afar, facing the nature and its beauty.
The magnificent series of hyper realistic art by artist Mike Dargascan fool anyone into believing that they are photographs. Whether it is the ever-so-real micro expressions on the subjects’ faces or the trail of chocolate syrup splurged all across, his works in oil have the perfect luster, liquidity and at times, opalescence.
The artist is known to paint oversized portraits; the magnitude of the canvas intensifies the models’ facial expressions, evoking more intense emotions as it unfolds in front of our eyes.