19.02.14 by Staff

Seth Alverson

paintings by Seth Alverson

Paintings by artist Seth Alverson. More below.


paintings by Seth Alverson

 

paintings by Seth Alverson

 

paintings by Seth Alverson

 

paintings by Seth Alverson

 

seth alverson

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  • good style!

    • lechaos

      Funny name XD

  • Monsoonking

    Wow. Some of the works on his website are impressively disturbing. He makes Lucian Freud look like a mannerist.

  • The curled and crookedness makes my fingers and toes tingle

    • i like that foot

    • Sarah Blum

      SERIOUSLY!! They’re making my eye twitch! Eek! Well-drawn to the point of ickiness!

  • Creepy, I like ;)

  • Tyler

    I absolutely love this.

  • denimhams

    #4

  • great inspiration! i love the detail of the wrinkles. i have a passion for hands and feet wrinkles too!

    • lechaos

      OMG same here X)

  • dylan

    wow! skillllz

  • this is what a lot of the trendy, naïvete-inspired drawings of hands, figures, et al would look like if rendered realistically. It’s grotesque and lovely.

  • Ringo Starr

    i wonder if he would paint my peen.

  • lechaos

    Oh my.. That artist reminded me of my adoration of the hands and what-to-do-with-the-feet thoughts/ feeling (*´ω`*)
    Those colours on feet is awesome!





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