Tranquility

Realism

I started my creative adventure by sketching realistic portraits. I then took traditional oil painting lessons, and continued my art in realism. Emphasis was on depicting the image in as much realistic detail as possible, paying special attention to true colour, proportions and form. There was no exaggeration, no enhancements, no prettification. These exercises helped me develop my drawing skills, which is extremely important in any form of art.


I strongly believe that you need to know how to draw a face in perfect proportion before you can “personalise” it by deliberate bending, stretching or blurring in an expressive style. This is applicable to any subject matter. 

Scroll down to see some of my works in realism style.

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Gallery

Realism Showcase

Loneliness
Loneliness
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A Sunny Day
A Sunny Day
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Beach - 1
Beach - 1
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Beach - 2
Beach - 2
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Beach - 3
Beach - 3
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Sunset
Sunset
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Ships in Sea
Ships in Sea
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Evening Chat
Evening Chat
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Flowers
Flowers
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Calla Lillies
Calla Lillies
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Lillies
Lillies
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Gloomy Fall Afternoon
Gloomy Fall Afternoon
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Reminiscence
Reminiscence
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Dock by the Lake
Dock by the Lake
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Silver Lining
Silver Lining
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Still Life
Still Life
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Tranquil
Tranquil
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Old Friends
Old Friends
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The Janitor1.jpg
The Janitor1.jpg
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The Janitor - 2
The Janitor - 2
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Daydreaming
Daydreaming
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Night Out
Night Out
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Portrait of my Dad
Portrait of my Dad
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Portrait of my Mom
Portrait of my Mom
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Portrait of Stanley
Portrait of Stanley
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Huma and Sameer
Huma and Sameer
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