Talented Toronto-based artist Jacqueline Poirier is known for creating hyper-realistic illustrations of a variety of objects and turning them into plate paintings. These images in particular highlight the artist's food-themed works that might fool the average onlooker to thinking the paintings are actually items of food sitting on the plate.
Poirier's works are incredibly detailed as she pays careful attention to shading, lighting and using small bristled brushes to create texture. Each of her paintings are done directly onto white plates. The illustrations are dynamic and look 3D making the viewer think twice if the illustrations are actually food. Some of her paintings include designs of chicken wings with veggies and dip, colorful macarons, a slice of pepperoni pizza and a spilt bag of Doritos.
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