Marc Dennis Takes Hyperrealism into Weird Locations

 - Jun 18, 2011
References: marcdennis & sweet-station
Artists often use hyperrealism to demonstrate their technical proficiency, but Marc Dennis also employs the aesthetic style to capture some really unique places and moments.

Seen in this gallery of photorealistic paintings are a few animal carcasses and intricate floral arrangements. I think it's pretty remarkable that Marc Dennis offsets his beautiful collection of flower paintings with works featuring the interiors of meat shops. Both types of art are beautiful in their mastery of the painting discipline, yet they feature very differing subjects. It's also evident that Marc Dennis left no stone unturned in capturing every minute detail in these pictures; the high-caliber execution and resulting end product will ensure that Marc Dennis' outstanding work will endure the test of time.