The Power And Poignancy Of Water: 6 Photorealistic Masterpieces
If you’re anything like me, you don’t know shit about painting. But, as far as my logical mind can conjecture: the more things that interfere with a clear picture of your subject (weird lighting, light refraction, drunkenness), the more difficult it is to capture the subject. That’s why these paintings are so absolutely remarkable: Alyssa Monks renders the effect of choppy watter and foggy windows as perfectly as a photograph. Technique aside, these paintings remind me of some intense emotions- feelings of isolation, the freedom and melancholy that comes with a silent summer rain on a nothing afternoon.
Source: Alyssa Monks