Paul Cadden’s Hyperrealism

Focus
Based on a photograph by “Oshchepkov Konstantin”
Pencil on recycled cartridge paper

In His Own Words
“Intensify the normal.”

At the heart of my work is the mystery of identity, our place in the landscape and how we can connect to one another. The drawings I create invites the viewer to observe the world in which we inhabit and in doing so, question whether we take the time to appreciate what we see around us. My hopes through my art are to transport the viewer into another space which is always there but on reflection, is often missed. Through an accurate representation of ‘reality’ I aspire to give the viewer a new emotional perspective in which we can appreciate an affinity for everyday situations as we deal exclusively with how people appear but people are more than what they look like.

” It was the straying that found the Path direct.”

4 days
Pencil on recycled cartridge paper

Momentary
Pencil on recycled cartridge paper

Oxford Street
Pencil on recycled cartridge paper

New York 45
Pencil on recycled cartridge paper

Reclining Nude
Pencil on recycled cartridge paper

For more of his artwork Please visit : Paul Cadden Hyperrealist Artist

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