Artist Creates Incredible Hyperrealistic Drawings To Capture The Beauty Of Organic Life (10 Pics)

David Morrison is a painter who has always been fascinated by nature’s shapes, forms, and colors. In his hyperrealistic drawings, he perfectly depicts various life forms.

“Early on, I was inspired by Karl Blossfeldt photographs of plants and the Ernst Haeckel prints,” DeMilked says in an interview. Their artwork captivated me. My interest in nature drew began when we bought a house in 1994. The property includes nearly two acres of land and a pond. There are several large sycamore trees on the property. A lovely magnolia tree, which I have drawn in every detail over the years.”

“I’m still working on the tree.” Every day, the house provided me with a place to observe nature. “The drawings capture fleeting moments in nature’s existence,” he continues. View some of his notable works in the gallery below.

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The artist revealed that he tries to draw six to eight hours per day on average. “My daily walks around the gardens serve as the starting point for my creative process.” I enjoy observing how nature has affected fallen objects on the ground. I was recently introduced to the term wabi-sabi, which translates to “the art of imperfection.” My seeing entails examining everyday objects that embody this spirit. demonstrating how incredibly beautiful a simple stick can be by imbuing it with an iconic totem presence. After looking at the drawing, hopefully, you will stop and pick up a stick to realize how important it is. When I find an object, I photograph it with shadows on pristine white paper.

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“Drawing is both a form of mediation and a painful execution for me,” Morrison continued. There are exhilarating moments when you realize you’ve captured the form perfectly. Then there are times when you have to redraw a part several times. At the end of the drawing, it can feel like you’re on a rollercoaster. I enjoy putting the drawing away and then revisiting it. This usually gives me the best feeling of having captured a moment in time.”

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