This drawing effectively uses combination of pencil and the cross-hatching technique to give the two-dimensional drawing a three-dimensional effect, giving the object shape and order.
One Rose, 5x5" Oil on canvas Another rose - this time just one, with a sort of post-impressionistic style. The photo shows to some extent the thicker application of paint, and there are a variety of colors included in the foliage as well as the flower. I like the outline effect in places - which reminds me somewhat of VanGogh's style. The studio has been busy - although I've also been working on a commission. For more information on the availability or purchase of this painting, click here.
A feast for the eyes: Artist's incredible oil paintings of food look good enough to eat
Dutch artist Tjalf Sparnaay uses his style of 'mega-realism' to create incredibly life-like pictures of chips, cheeseburgers and desserts.