Photorealism and Embroidery Meet

Cayce_Zavaglia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Australian artist Cayce Zavaglia embroiders in a photorealistic style to create portraits of friends and family. She credits the visual effects of oil paint as an influence, and has recently returned to paint as a medium, in order to depict the “verso” of her embroideries.

http://www.caycezavaglia.com/

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