Gustavo Silva Nuñez Painting

Hyper Realistic Paintings by Gustavo Silva Nuñez

Born in Valencia (Spain), in 1980, Gustavo Silva Nuñez has participated in around 40 solo and group exhibitions in his home country and abroad.

He paints men and women in soothing and dreamy pools, tubs, and seas. Silva transmits well-being, inner peace and creates an optical illusion where you want to submerge and swim with the protagonists of the works, many of them bathers. The themes illustrated by the Venezuelan painter Gustavo Silva Nuñez are a feast for the eyes. His hyperrealistic paintings push art to the frontiers of reality with images that seem out of place.

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