18.01.10 by Jeff

Alyssa Monks

Paintings by Alyssa Monks.

alyssa monks photorealism painter painting nude portrait

alyssa monks photorealism painter painting nude portrait

alyssa monks photorealism painter painting nude portrait

alyssa monks photorealism painter painting nude portrait

alyssa monks photorealism painter painting nude portrait

alyssa monks photorealism painter painting nude portrait

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • lapetitefaon

    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.

  • sheila

    holy shit.

  • Jennifer

    Oh my God!
    These are unreal!

  • hannah

    love the fourth one!

  • carla

    !!!!! 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.

  • Parker

    What what whaaaaaaat.

  • yes yes yeeeees

    i believe!!

  • Amazing!!

  • oh! I can’t believe those are paintings! This is Amazing! ! !
    Really good job!

  • GEO

    these are unbelievable!

  • ellie

    personally i think the bathroom shower door is so disgusting and i hate to touch it, let alone my FACE! eek! amazing work though

  • Heriberto

    JUST AMAZING

  • Heriberto

    I MEAN WHO SAID PERFECTION DOESN’T EXIST???

  • Sarah

    …………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.

  • Awesome drawings!!!!!!!!!!

  • rakesh

    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!

  • steve

    omg these paintings are amazing! i thought a couple were photographs at first glance. So much detail i love how the water is portrayed.

  • Bilbo

    Wow it looks so fucking real. Im soo impressed..

  • I absolutely adore Alyssa Monk’s work. Stunning.





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