Hyperrealism is a style of artwork that simulates a high-resolution photo. Hyperrealist paintings or sculptures are not always exact simulations of photographs or real life scenes. Artist actually incorporate ingenious pictorial elements that create an illusion of a reality that cannot be perceived by the human eye.
The pictures shown next feature some of the exquisite hyper realistic paintings by the world-class artist Omar Ortiz. His artwork is identified as minimalist – hyperrealism in which the human body is predominant along with texture-filled backgrounds and an enchanting use of fabric.
1. Los Caballos de Da Vinci (Da Vinci’s Horses)
2. La flor de Lis (Lis’ Flower)
3. Diseñador (Designer)
4. Invierno (Winter)
5. Gemelas (Twins)
6. Lazo Familiar (Family Bonding)
7. Ascetismo del Siglo XXI (Asceticism of the XXI Century)
8. Manzanas (Apples)
9. Espiral Citrico (Citric Spiral)
10. Espiral Citrico (Citric Spiral)
11. Granadas (Pomegranates)
12. El Vuelo de Venus (The Flight of Venus)
16. Deidad Femenina (Female Deity)
17. Contemplación (Contemplation)
19. Enfoque (Focus)
20. La Ventana del Alma (The Window of The Soul)
About The Artist
Omar Ortiz was born in 1977 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico where he still resides. Ever since he was a kid he has been fascinated by drawing and illustration. From the very start he has always attempted to represent elements as realistic as possible as well as maintaining simplicity in his pieces. He loves the challenge of reproducing skin tones and its nuances under natural light.
Image Credit: All images in this page are property of Omar Ortiz and are being displayed with his consent.