THE INCREDIBLE STILL LIFE ARTISTS YOU NEED TO ADD TO YOUR COLLECTION.
Daevid Anderson only started focusing on the unique potential of still life painting a few years ago. “There’s something timeless about still lifes,” he notes. “The arrangement and interplay of objects presents endless possibilities. Even the simplest objects can look beautiful.”
With meticulous attention to detail, the Western Australia-based artist’s style is a crisp and tight kind of realism, with dramatic lighting and modern sensibilities. He paints in oils, mostly on canvas or wooden panels, but has recently been experimenting with works on ceramic tiles and CFC sheeting.
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