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9 years ago

Paintings?! These are phenomenal!
Thanks for the link, I am definitely going to check more of this artist’s work out. :)

Taylor
9 years ago

Oh my gosh.
I am obsessed now! such great inspiration, and you know I will be printing these out for my mood board. I can’t believe these are paintings! It must take some seriously insane amount of concentration to be able to paint two scenes on one canvas. So inspired.
http://www.forsurejadore.blogspot.com

Anonymous
9 years ago

lovely!!!!!!! this is so great!!!

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9 years ago

double exposure photos are always lovely when done carefully.
just love it.

Elisabeth
9 years ago

I fail to see what’s impressive in these paintings besides the technique. She’s just reproducing someone else’s art on a canvas. With a few photoshop effects, you could make the photographs into a painting. I just don’t see anything that makes the artist’s work her own.

Anonymous
9 years ago

Elisabeth – the technique itself is an art and painstaking at that. This is not someone else’s art, this is her art. She sets up the shots and dictates what she wants as the double exposure. See it as a collaboration. Don’t you dare ever say the word photoshop in the same conversation about photo-realistic painting. You obviously have no idea.

9 years ago

Nice feature Miss Pakayla. If anyone is interested in purchasing an original work of art or limited edition 18″ x 24″ giclee prints please visit our online shop at http://shop.galleryhijinks.com/.
These are even more beautiful in person!

Helen
9 years ago

As someone who studied realistic painting for three years, I fail to see why photoshop shouldn’t be mentioned. Photorealism is what it is : based on photos – and photoshop helps you get what you want out of the photos. Of course painting from life is something else entirely, and you can get worked up about the word photoshop then, but not in this case. Photoshop can be a work tool if you want it to be – although sticking to it will always limit you, but that’s another story.

Elisabeth
9 years ago

@Anonymous — Didn’t know I wasn’t allowed to express an opinion on why I fail to be impressed by photorealistic painting copying the framing, composition, colors, etc of another’s person’s photograph. I’m impressed with the technical skill, of course. But where is the creativity?