Graaf’s Hyperrealist Paintings

metal marble balls, hyperrealist painting by Jason de Graaf
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Jason de Graaf’s new acrylic painting titled “Parallel Lines That Never Meet” (shown above), definitely reminds me of Escher’s lithograph, “Hand with Reflecting Sphere.” Many of Graaf’s art pieces have a common characteristic of including reflective objects like Baoding balls, marbles, wine glasses and light bulbs. Each item displaying a room or an outdoor scene on its surface, which adds depth to the composition.

See also: “A Painting of Salt and Pepper Shakers.”

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lightbulb, hyperrealist painting by Jason de Graaf marbles with tree reflection, hyperrealist painting by Jason de Graaf tall wine glasses, hyperrealist painting by Jason de Graaf
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November 17, 2013 Art Hyperreal Painting