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This Italian Artist Creates Wooden Sculptures That Look More Real Than A Photograph

The art of knowing how to work with wood is a rare talent; not only is this natural material the main element in the manufacture of furniture in our homes, but it is also the raw material for the construction of truly unique works of art. Italian wood artist Peter Demetz knows all about it: with his mastery of sanding, he has managed to bring unused pieces of wood to life. The results are fascinating.

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In his series of sculptural works in wood, Peter Demitz has infused all his knowledge of human anatomy by giving the wood the hyperrealistic character of paintings or even the sharpest photographs. Peter’s sense of composition and perspective obviously contributes to perpetuating this optical illusion.

The grain of the wood and its warm colors, however, give them a tactile aspect that would be difficult to fake with paint and that only a master of wood like Peter Demitz could achieve. Take a look at these larger-than-life sculptures.

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What extraordinary creations congratulations Peter Demitz!

Source.

http://www.peterdemetz.it/
https://mymodernmet.com
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