Thursday, January 20, 2011
Hang onto Your Hats - This is Paul Rupert at his Best
I am putting this entry up, as a follow up to Ron Morrison's entry.
What a contrast this work presents. What a work of realism.
I captured this work off Paul's website. Take a look at it. Are you ready?
Paul has painted it by pallete knife. It defies the imagination to know how anyone can create such exquisitely soft textures.
Paul's website can be viewed by clicking on his name in the list of featured artists on the right column.
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