Paintings by Alyssa Monks.
second to last is just gorgeous.
I’ve been staring at the second-to-last trying to understand how she could paint that with all the colors and shapes. It’s amazing.
Oh my God! These are unreal!
love the fourth one!
!!!!! 2nd2last gets a gold *
what the hell!!
She has really perfected her craft. I like the way these images, which I assume are based on photos, really add to the final image by being painted. Painting from a photo can be really hard, but here it’s pulled off with ease.
What what whaaaaaaat.
yes yes yeeeees
oh! I can’t believe those are paintings! This is Amazing! ! ! Really good job!
these are unbelievable!
personally i think the bathroom shower door is so disgusting and i hate to touch it, let alone my FACE! eek! amazing work though
I MEAN WHO SAID PERFECTION DOESN’T EXIST???
Eureka forbes RO exemplar
…………these are actually beyond beautiful. im so inspired right now!! which i had time to do a painting instead of working on my english essay..
i love the tone of the white flesh in the last one!
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I’m such a huge fan… love her work.
hello mam i m big fan of u and i have interest in fine art and i have respect for paintings so if u have any tips about paintings for us pleas give us i m waiting for ur reply
These are off the hook, such an identity to your work and style! Keep them coming!
omg these paintings are amazing! i thought a couple were photographs at first glance. So much detail i love how the water is portrayed.
Wow it looks so fucking real. Im soo impressed..
I absolutely adore Alyssa Monk’s work. Stunning.
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