Erik Jones is a hyperrealist painter, whose production revolves around the female nudes. This is a recurring theme in art, except for the graphics added by Jones in front of his models: multicolored strips covering most of their body, which are made of watercolor, acrylic, oil and pastel. The result is an abstract hyperrealism that challenges the look with flat and colorful backs. All the viewer’s attention is focused on the human figure and polygons that hide it, as if it really existed. Why do not you look? You’ll be surprised.
Source and images: © Erik Jones