Amazing oil paintings of fruit and flowers in heightened photorealism are created by Ohio-based artist Dennis Wojtkiewicz. Each painting is firstly constructed with a monochrome underpainting on canvas, and then the layers of semi-opaque through to transparent colors follow with up to ten passes, especially the light and translucence effects are used in creating make these paintings more vivid.
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