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Amazing Photo-real Paintings from London Born Australia based Artist Robin Eley.  Robin is a self taught Artist, his paintings are oil on Belgian Linen, you can find a description of his process here.

“The way I see it is that I have 3 opportunities to get my drawing correct: the initial drawing onto canvas, the underpainting and the final painting. As I move through these processes I am constantly reevaluating my drawing, making sure I maintain accuracy as I battle with other things such as colour and value.” Robin Eley on his process of his work

Robin Eley’s debut solo exhibition ‘Singularity’ opens February 8th to the 26th, 2012 at Hill Smith Gallery in Adelaide, South Australia. He is also participating in a major survey of Australian artists with Chinese Heritage at Ausin Tung Gallery, February 15th to the March 10th, 2012.

Watch the video below of Robin Eley’s painting process through all stages, you can find more on his vimeo page.

www.robineley.com

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08 Paul Winstanley - surface and surface

Photo-real still life and interior landscape paintings from Manchester born London based Artist Paul Winstanley.  Working from Photographs he takes himself, Paul Winstanley depicts the mundane moments of everyday life; waiting rooms; carparks; hallways in and extraordinary way.

“There are common denominators to all experience, how we live our lives, where we live, what we remember. There are cultural connections between us all. I try and find subject matter at this fundamental level; at a level that sparks recognition. It is the extremely ordinary things in life where these connections can be found. In developing images of these situations the ordinary becomes extraordinary and we see them anew. Everywhere there are beautiful things. Life is amazing.” Dazed Digital

www.paulwinstanley.com

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