Paintings by Eric Zener. California.
oh man!.. these are surreal!
Fabulous! When I glanced at the first one I thought it was a photo. They’re really beautiful.
yes. yes. yes.
wow this is beautiful, I thought they were crazy photoshopped pictures at first, but these paintings are incredible
OOMMGG!! I thought they were photos!! haha 8) What a Great WORK!
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Yup, I gotta agree with everyone above who said they thought these were photos at first… Pretty incredible
Damn, that´s absolutely wonderful.
these are pretty much amazing! they look so real its awesome!
ooo! estaba tan segura de que la primera era una foto.
Whoa I thought all of these were photos! These are amazing.
the third one, what that is just insane??? Amazing. I’m kind of drooling all over that one. Epic.
my jaw literally dropped. i don’t know if i can close it.
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These are so fantastic. The colors and moments…man, I need one immediately.
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4 god … unbalivable. he makes the color glow&shine
Amazing, very impressive work. The second painting captures a great deal of dali-esque tones and moods but remains in the realm of realism, magnificent. The last painting I think is incredible as well. So common day, but hold many elements of surprise. For instance, turn 90 degrees clockwise and the mystery unfolds. Obvious, yes. Innocent, yes. Precocious, yes. Beautful, yes. And hands down the best splash painting I’ve yet to see.
I tried a few paintings of pool stuff and so far I can’t get all the different tones right…like you did. So good and fun to look at and inspiring. Thanks
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