Marissa Oosterlee Creates Beautiful Hypperrealistic Portraits of Submerged Woman – Design You Trust

Marissa Oosterlee Creates Beautiful Hypperrealistic Portraits of Submerged Woman

The precision and technique with which Marissa Oosterlee utilizes provides us with pieces that possess incredible rendering. The artist paints portraits of submerged women with incredible detail. In these, Marissa creates her own reality.

Looking at them, one would almost feel the liquid freeing us, from weightlessness. Marissa explains that “the sea and nature are one of her biggest influences in her art”. She makes her audience aware of the beauty that surrounds us and the importance of being good to our planet.

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