The Blurred Effect Paintings by Ho-Ryon Lee

Apr 2, 2012

You may feel the need to rub your eyes when you first look at these paintings by Korean artist Ho Ryon Lee. The blurred effect you’re experiencing is actually a calculated design choice by the Korean artist, who chooses to have several overlapping depictions of the same subject within each image. The results, as you can see for yourself, are extremely surreal, but in the most pleasurable way possible.

Also worth mentioning about these Ho Ryon Lee oil paintings are their content. Lee frequently depicts women in sexy and revealing poses, often baring a lot of skin. Coupled with Lee’s unique layered images style of rendering, these illustrations leave audiences confused as to what they should look at during any given moment. The technical skill required to render these images is simply awe-inspiring.









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