The drawings by Winnie Truong for her solo exhibition entitled 'Double Twist' are hairy and somewhat eerie. Based around portraits of people exaggeratedly covered in their own colorful and twisted hair, the illustrations are mesmerizing.
Winnie is a Toronto, Canada-born artist who studied at OCAD University for a Bachelor of Fine Art. She has showcased at a number of solo and group shows and art fairs across Canada and the U.S. Her work seems to stem from a fascination of hair, as it is the prominent force in most of her art.
The hair often covers mouths, faces and noses, and her recent series features hair that has been twisted. Each brush stroke can be seen in her portraits with such great detail that it is no wonder Winnie has been receiving so much attention for her work.
Winnie Truong Creates Hair Filled Portraits With Great Detail
1. Hair-filled Portraits - Opportunity for disruptive innovation in the field of portrait art by creating unique and intricate hair-focused illustrations.
2. Exaggerated Hair Art - Opportunity for disruptive innovation in the art industry by exploring unconventional and visually captivating depictions of hair in various art forms.
3. Hyper-detailed Illustrations - Opportunity for disruptive innovation in the illustration industry by creating incredibly intricate and mesmerizing artwork that captures the viewer's attention.
1. Art - Opportunity for disruptive innovation in the art industry by embracing unconventional methods and materials to create unique and captivating artworks.
2. Portrait Art - Opportunity for disruptive innovation in the field of portrait art by exploring new techniques and styles that focus on showcasing hair as a prominent element in the artwork.
3. Illustration - Opportunity for disruptive innovation in the illustration industry by pushing the boundaries of hyper-realistic, detailed artwork that enhances the viewer's visual experience.