All in Hyperrealism

David Uessem

German hyperrealistic illustrator and artist, David Uessem focuses on figurative styles and portraiture covered in colourful shining liquids. Recognised for his large-scale, photo-realistic and meticulously detailed paintings, Uessem masters the technique in bringing the contrast between illusion and reality. His work has been included in many individual and collective exhibitions in Germany and across Europe.

Guillermo Muñoz Vera

Internationally acclaimed artist, Guillermo Muñoz Vera, demonstrates his technical precision throughout his series of still-life oil paintings. Focusing on the natural wonders of his native Chile, his style is influenced by traditional Spanish realist painting, paired with a delicate use of light and shadows.

Ognian Zekoff

A hyperrealistic artist based in Montreal, Ognian Zekoff uses traditional techniques to create powerful visionary artworks that portray an human emotions within his oil paintings. Zekoff is an internationally recognised artist and a master chiaroscurist, focusing on the human hand and the nude female body as his main subjects, which he masters with a three-dimensional effect.

Raphaella Spence

Within her colourful and beautiful hyperrealistic landscapes, Raphaella Spence creates monumental paintings which are executed with incredible skill and attention to detail. Spence finds her influence and passion within urban landscapes, cityscapes and the Umbrian countryside.

Roberto Bernardi

With an obsession for detail and pictorial techniques, Roberto Bernardi closely associates his paintings with photorealism. Bernardi’s hyperrealistic monumental pieces capture three-dimensional effects through his portrayal of  light, shadows and bold colours, existing within his still-life subjects.