Hyper-realistic art is an extremely difficult skill to perfect. And hence, whenever we come across some insanely good hyper-realistic paintings, we can’t help but be amazed. Those artists must be ridiculously talented and deserve all the recognition and praise. Today, we will present to you the works of one such remarkably talented artist.
Carla Grace is a self-taught artist with a special love for wild animals. Born in South Africa and now based in Australia, Carla has grown up marveling at wildlife and went on to depict them in her hyper-realistic paintings as an adult. Tigers, lions, wolves, giraffes, chimps, leopards, and much more, feature heavily in her marvelous oil paintings and she is determined to continue depicting the beauty of the animal kingdom through her artworks.
Now, let’s take a look at some of the best and most extraordinary hyper-realistic portraits of Carla Grace. We guarantee these will take your breath away.
1. Artist Carla Grace with her portrait of a tiger
2. That's one majestic-looking horse
3. A polar bear. Look at the detailing of its fur!
4. Eye of the tiger!
5. The artist with her stunningly real painting of a black cockatoo
6. Here's a close-up of the black cockatoo portrait
7. Giraffes are known to be Africa's gentle giants. This painting brings out the softness of these animals so well.
8. Doesn't it feel like the wolf is staring right into your eyes?!
9. To truly appreciate the work of the artist, you need to simply look at the mane of this lion. WOW!
10. One could just fall in love with this chimp!
11. Snow leopards are elusive creatures and are extremely tough to sight. But Carla Grace has ensured you can view them in their full glory anytime...
12. Here is the artist dedicatedly working on another snow leopard painting
13. So that's how those incredibly realistic whiskers are made. Amazing!
14. You can even see the breaths being exhaled by this black rhinoceros!
15. This magnificent painting of a growling tiger is the apt way to sign off on this amazing collection...
If you wish to look at more works of the artist, check out her Instagram and Facebook pages.
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