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The Bizarre Found Object Paintings by Artist Mario Soria

Hyper-realistic painter Mario Soria lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. He creates celebrity portraits of icons such as Andy Warhol, Woody Allen, and Albert Einstein, on uniquely textured surfaces that appear to be found objects. His paintings are both realistic and bizarre depictions of American pop culture. These works include painted geometric shapes, lines, and other additional elements that are illustrative and bold. The artist uses multiple techniques including the incorporation of brightly colored three-dimensional objects that protrude from the surface of the canvas. See more after the jump!


Hyper-realistic painter Mario Soria lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. He creates celebrity portraits of icons such as Andy Warhol, Woody Allen, and Albert Einstein, on uniquely textured surfaces that appear to be found objects. His paintings are both realistic and bizarre depictions of American pop culture. These works include painted geometric shapes, lines, and other additional elements that are illustrative and bold. The artist uses multiple techniques including the incorporation of brightly colored three-dimensional objects that protrude from the surface of the canvas.











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