"My work is evolving towards creating scenes that subtly exaggerate reality. Patience is really important to me in art, it clearly shows when someone puts thought and time into a piece; Jeremy Geddes is the perfect example of this, I really admire his work."
"I’m a French-born, British raised artist, currently residing in Moscow. I tend to focus on hyperrealism with my work, attempting to break the wall between traditional painting and digital, merging mediums to form a new, modern, twist on classic portraiture and landscapes. Transitioning to digital gave me new challenges to overcome, and opportunities to find new inspiration in the work that I produce, without being limited by my medium. I’ve adopted the look of paints in respects to the traditional fine art medium, to form a unique relationship between old and new."
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