Illusions of Life
Painting has always been used to mimic our surroundings. Whether it was used be Ancient civilizations on wall frescoes, or whether it hung in the grand palaces of Renaissance nobles, natural motifs such as plants and wildlife were studied in order to paint the most lifelike rendition.
Now, art is freer, with many movements happening at once. Realism seems to have been pushed back, with artists now focusing on the expression of their work, and how it stirs emotions. This is why artists, who focus on realism in their art, are finding new ways of making it relevant to today’s tastes. Artists Riusuke Fukahori and Keng Lye use layers of resin to bring their aquatic creatures to life, in a visually stunning display of three-dimensional optical illusions. Instead of using a flat canvas, painting on water, and then the creatures, these artists pour resin into jars, bowls or boxes, and paint their fish and turtles, one layer at a time, with more resin poured in between each coat of paint. The process is like that of a 3-D printer, a new technology that many artists are using in their contemporary works. Through the mimicking of this new art process, their realist style of art is able to join the ranks of contemporary artists.-Anna Paluch

Illusions of Life

Painting has always been used to mimic our surroundings. Whether it was used be Ancient civilizations on wall frescoes, or whether it hung in the grand palaces of Renaissance nobles, natural motifs such as plants and wildlife were studied in order to paint the most lifelike rendition.

Now, art is freer, with many movements happening at once. Realism seems to have been pushed back, with artists now focusing on the expression of their work, and how it stirs emotions. This is why artists, who focus on realism in their art, are finding new ways of making it relevant to today’s tastes. Artists Riusuke Fukahori and Keng Lye use layers of resin to bring their aquatic creatures to life, in a visually stunning display of three-dimensional optical illusions. Instead of using a flat canvas, painting on water, and then the creatures, these artists pour resin into jars, bowls or boxes, and paint their fish and turtles, one layer at a time, with more resin poured in between each coat of paint. The process is like that of a 3-D printer, a new technology that many artists are using in their contemporary works.

Through the mimicking of this new art process, their realist style of art is able to join the ranks of contemporary artists.

-Anna Paluch

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)

Illusions of Life

Painting has always been used to mimic our surroundings. Whether it was used be Ancient civilizations on wall frescoes, or whether it hung in the grand palaces of Renaissance nobles, natural motifs such as plants and wildlife were studied in order to paint the most lifelike rendition.

Now, art is freer, with many movements happening at once. Realism seems to have been pushed back, with artists now focusing on the expression of their work, and how it stirs emotions. This is why artists, who focus on realism in their art, are finding new ways of making it relevant to today’s tastes. Artists Riusuke Fukahori and Keng Lye use layers of resin to bring their aquatic creatures to life, in a visually stunning display of three-dimensional optical illusions. Instead of using a flat canvas, painting on water, and then the creatures, these artists pour resin into jars, bowls or boxes, and paint their fish and turtles, one layer at a time, with more resin poured in between each coat of paint. The process is like that of a 3-D printer, a new technology that many artists are using in their contemporary works.

Through the mimicking of this new art process, their realist style of art is able to join the ranks of contemporary artists.

-Anna Paluch

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)





  Posted on May 16, 2013

Share this

201 Notes

  1. decidophobe reblogged this from artandsciencejournal
  2. fergar reblogged this from artandsciencejournal
  3. iawaitapatron reblogged this from artandsciencejournal
  4. celestialxxnitexxwolf reblogged this from emerging-turtle
  5. maybaelline reblogged this from 1luv-2mouths
  6. 1luv-2mouths reblogged this from emerging-turtle
  7. emerging-turtle reblogged this from artandsciencejournal
  8. toomanydaleks reblogged this from artandsciencejournal
  9. welllmakethegreatescape reblogged this from daydreams-and-wishes
  10. daydreams-and-wishes reblogged this from artandsciencejournal
  11. life-keepsgoingon reblogged this from artandsciencejournal
  12. empoweredstudent reblogged this from artandsciencejournal
  13. seapunk-gasm reblogged this from artandsciencejournal
  14. genevieve-is-happy reblogged this from artandsciencejournal
  15. huyvudray reblogged this from artandsciencejournal and added:
    So cozy