Oil on 1/4" Board. Approx 12"x7" SOLD You know me and the utility poles. This one stood out with the sunset behind it. And what's with sunsets, by the way. For me, they have the most challenging color transitions out of any subject.
An art dealer first used the term Hyperréalisme (meaning Photorealism) back in the early 1970's to describe a genre of painting and sculpture that mimicked the exactness of high resolution photography. Photorealism depicted images frozen in time and grew out of American Pop Art in the late sixties and gained momentum throughout the seventies.