Pinterest
Sweet Temptations by Sarah Graham

Sweet Temptations by Sarah Graham: I cannot even begin to imagine how much effort went into a painting as amazingly realistic as this.

Hitchin, UK artist Sarah Graham, wonderful hyper-realism and colors

Hitchin, UK artist Sarah Graham

Hitchin, UK artist Sarah Graham, They used to have these at the ball field every summer and I loved them.

Artistaday.com : Hitchin, UK artist Sarah Graham - This is crazy good artistry!  It's a painting!  There is also a video of her painting this piece of art.  And the painting is huge, too.  Enjoy!

Hitchin, UK artist Sarah Graham

Sarah Graham Sweet Dreams - Original Oil on canvas 47 x 47 in 120 x 120 cm

sarah graham - Google Search

Was now giclee print on silk paper, with a white border around the image. Each image is signed and titled by Sarah, however please note this is an open edition print.It will come rolled


More ideas
emptykingdom.com

40 Hyper-Realistic Oil Paintings

Candy Canes by Sarah Graham. Signed Limited Edition available from www.artworx.co.uk

Candy Canes – 2011 - The Sarah Graham Collection - Art - Castle Galleries

Sweet Temptations by Sarah Graham

Sweet Temptations by Sarah Graham: I cannot even begin to imagine how much effort went into a painting as amazingly realistic as this.

"Refreshers" By Sarah Graham

Sweet success of modern art -- Sarah Graham's photo-realistic oil paintings

Still Life Rainbow Swirl (Canvas Edition) by Sarah Graham Available form Westover Gallery £265 See more here: http://www.westovergallery.co.uk/

Still Life Rainbow Swirl (Canvas Edition) by Sarah Graham Available form Westover Gallery

Still Life - Lollipop (Canvas) by Sarah Graham, Contemporary Painting for sale., Buy-FineArt.com

Still Life - Lollipop (Canvas) by Sarah Graham - Contemporary Paintings & fine art pictures available in our gallery - Free delivery on all orders over

sweets. girl eats the boy she falls in love with gets depressed and starts comfort eating

Sweet Dreams by Sarah Graham example of still life and the choice of a close up view emphasizes the number of wrappers which suggests the excess of materialism and wasted packaging.