John Baeder is best known for his popular paintings of roadside diners. His work can be found in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, Read More

Roberto Bernardi is an artist based in Todi, Italy. He is represented by Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York City. Recently, he has had a solo exhibition at the Hermitage Museum. Read More

THESE ARE NOT PHOTOS. THEY ARE OIL PAINTINGS BY DOUG BLOODWORTH!

Doug Bloodworth works with the heirs of iconic movie stars and celebrities to bring back the viewer’s nostalgic feelings of one’s childhood. The latest are the The Three Stooges. Read More

Interview with Jacques Bodin courtesy of one of America’s top art mavens Michael Corbin the www.artbookguy.com. Read More

Maria Bailey in the New York Daily News: ”These astonishing images may look like photographs, but it’s not always black and white when it comes to the work of Paul Cadden.” Read More

Pete Campbell is famous amongst art collectors / road enthusiasts for his hyper-realistic renderings of motorcycles. Some of the galleries where his work is shown include Sher Gallery in Hallandale, FL, Read More

Pedro Campos is an incredible hyperrealist painter from Madrid, Spain. Using oil paints he recreates incredibly realistic still life shots that many might mistake for a photograph. Read More

“My paintings are about staging an alternate reality, the illusion of verisimilitude on the painted surface, filtered so that it expresses my unique vision. Read More

“When I was 15 or so, I came across David Hockney’s painting of pools. I love pools. Read More

American painter Richard Estes has made a career out of fooling the eye. Read More

“Jelaine is a contemporary realism painter currently residing in Las Vegas, NV. Her preferred medium is oil on canvas, and she works in the still life genre. Read More

The photorealist oil paintings of Audrey Flack are a part of the permanent collections of most famous New York City Museums: The Museum of Modern Art, The Guggenheim Museum, The Whitney Museum and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Read More

“My paintings are about light, about the way things look in their environment and especially about how things look painted. Read More

Duane Hanson pioneered the field of photorealist sculpture. His Security Guard is probably the most iconic photorealist sculpture of the 20th Century. Read More

Born and raised in Oklahoma, K Henderson now calls rural New Mexico home. Both locations have provided her with inspiration for her paintings. She is known for her detailed oil painting of contemporary still lifes as well as Western figures. Read More

My paintings may be viewed as a photographic representation of reality, but in truth my artwork transcends into its own abstraction of reality. Read More

Bryan Hible is an award-winning artist from Nottinghamshire in England. Bryan loves Monopoly, and it shows. It has been said that Bryan and Doug Bloodworth have produced the world’s greatest Monopoly-themed photorealist paintings. Read More

Interview with James (Neil) Hollingsworth courtesy of one of America’s top art mavens Michael Corbin the www.artbookguy.com. Read More

Interview with David Holmes courtesy of one of America’s top art mavens Michael Corbin the www.artbookguy.com. Read More

Jim Jackson began to realize his potential when drawing on his school desk in the first grade. Heavily influenced by the superb artistry of Van Gogh, Monet Read More

Don Kobasky is obsessed with York Peppermint Patties and it shows in his works. Check out the painting of the light on the foil; it is truly remarkable. Read More

Kamalky Laureano is an artist who hails from Mexico City. He creates stunningly realistic images using acrylics as his preferred medium.

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Solo Exhibition, A Fund Raiser /The Elusive Window Reflections of the Ottawa Conference Centre. The show is a fund raiser for the University of Ottawa Heart Institute Foundation. Read More

“Born in 1959 in Boston, MA. Raised as a child on Martha’s Vineyard, MA, his family moved to Walpole, MA as a young teen though he has continued to summer on Martha’s Vineyard. Read More

Aloha! Simon Miss is the Hawaii man. In fact, there are rumors that Simon has never stepped foot off the Hawaiian islands. Whether true or not, he certainly has developed a love for food – and painting food! Read More

Born 1977 in New Jersey, Alyssa Monks began oil painting as a child. She studied at The New School in New York and Montclair State University and earned her B.A. from Boston College in 1999. Read More

Sharon Moody was born in Florida and grew up in North Carolina, where she received a B.A. in Fine Art from Appalachian State University, studying printmaking and drawing with Bill Dunlap and Noyes Long. Read More

In his senior year of high school, J. Scott Nicol took a beginning art class and found his passion.  Read More

Lisa Ober, a native of the St. Louis area is a representational artist best known for her pastel and oil portraits of children and adults. Read More

If the following list of cities and towns mean anything to you, then you have to fall in love with the photorealist paintings of Mark Oberndorf. Allendale, Alpine, Bergenfield, Bogota, Carlstadt, Cliffside Park, Closter, Cresskill, Read More

Canadian artist Alvin Richard, who lives in New Brunswick, works in acrylic on board when painting his crisp, light-filled still life compositions. Read More

“My work explores the relationship between the two-dimensional politics of the printed page and the multimedia promise of future-enhanced life experiences. Read More

Interview with Cesar Santander courtesy of one of America’s top art mavens Michael Corbin the www.artbookguy.com. Read More

Photorealist Mark Schiff was born in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, in a neighborhood known as a kuchalane, a Yiddish word which Schiff defines as a place Read More

The oil paintings of Dutch artist Tjalf Sparnaay are based on everyday objects. Read More

Born into a military family in Austin, Texas, Ralph Steams began life moving. He first moved to Wichita Falls in 4th grade and attended City View Elementary School. He graduated from Petrolia High School in 1972, and decided to follow his father’s lead. Read More

Glenray Tutor paints still lifes consisting of the small commonplace artifacts of daily life, often nostalgic items, such as glass jars, cola bottles, toys, and especially fireworks. Read More

Interview with Nathan Walsh courtesy of one of America’s top art mavens Michael Corbin the www.artbookguy.com. Read More

Johanness Wessmark has often been called the Thomas Arvid of Sweden. Johannes has perfected the photorealistic portrayal of all things wine, be it corks, bottles, labels, storage units and racks. Read More

Harold Zabady started his professional art career in central Pennsylvania, at a school district that concentrated on art education and was surrounded by other school districts that viewed art as an important subject area, Read More