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The Art of Ruben Ireland

London based Ruben Ireland uses all formsof materials to create his otherworldly visions. Some of thosematerials include (but certainly are not limited to) ink, acrylics,dirty water, foods, photoshop and his trusty Wacom tablet. Theresults are mystical seeming portraits, whose subjects are perhapssomewhere in the distant future or in alternate times and otherworlds. They pervade a sense of space, stretching the sense ofreality across a wide range of emotions. All in all these elementscombine in fluid, brilliant work by the gifted hand of Ruben Ireland. - Zach Tutor

London based Ruben Ireland uses all formsof materials to create his otherworldly visions. Some of thosematerials include (but certainly are not limited to) ink, acrylics,dirty water, foods, photoshop and his trusty Wacom tablet. Theresults are mystical seeming portraits, whose subjects are perhapssomewhere in the distant future or in alternate times and otherworlds. They pervade a sense of space, stretching the sense ofreality across a wide range of emotions. All in all these elementscombine in fluid, brilliant work by the gifted hand of Ruben Ireland. – Zach Tutor

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