Artist Victoria Reynolds Has Created Victorian Style Paintings of Meat

By: Sarah St.Jules - Published: Aug 8, 2013 • References: richardhellergallery & emptykingdom
Meat is not an image one thinks of when they are trying to picture a stunning Victorian-Era painting, but artist Victoria Reynolds has a different image in her mind.

Reynolds has used the traditional techniques of oil painting and has created these eerie deceptions of meat. What is very odd about this series is the manner in which this meat has been painted. Reynolds is an excellent artist, and the meat looks incredibly realistic. However, it is also done in a way that resembles the vibe of a traditional portrait, which makes it strange that it isn't a human face we are looking at. Also, she has put her portraits in old-world style frames, which adds onto the Victorian feel of the series. Victoria Reynolds has done an incredible job of making meat in frames look as though it should be a professional portrait. Stats for Graphic Meat Portraits Trending: Older & Average
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