Seductive masterpieces of the king of hyperrealism Omar OrtizPictolic
It would seem, why to paint with photographic accuracy, if you can just do the good camera? But the Mexican artist Omar Ortiz (Omar Ortiz) has in this respect their point of view. He believes that the artist charges his work with energy that is saved by the centuries, acting on the viewer coming in contact with his soul. (Caution! Nude).
Born Omar Ortiz 1977 in Guadalajara, Mexico, where he lives and works to this day. His childhood was attracted to painting, but the painter Omar did not intend to become. It inspired graphics and in the future, Ortiz saw myself only as an Illustrator.
That is why, after high school, Ortiz began to study graphics in College, where he immediately began to consider a very promising young man. But the artist's life radically changed when he met the acclaimed master of realism'olio Carmen of Alacorn. Having worked in painting, Omar realized that the figure will not return.
Despite the fact that Omar Ortiz left the charts in his hyperrealistic paintings reflected her influence. His works are static, kept in the color scheme and complemented the structural backgrounds inherent to computer techniques. Hard to believe that all the paintings of the Mexican created using exacting and capricious oil paints.
Most of the work of Ortiz on women, who are often depicted in static poses. In the paintings there is nothing extra — quiet background, the female body and, sometimes, simple furniture and fabric draping.
Tissue occupy a special place in the works of Omar — he started out painting it with still lifes and flowing waves of draperies was most charmed by the master.
It's hard to argue with the fact that Omar Ortiz is a true genius of hyperrealism, but only in regard to the female body. If to speak about cats, there is no equal to the Japanese artist Haruki Kudo, which creates incredible work with colored pencils.