Margriet van Breevoort, is a Dutch artist who creates hyper-realistic sculptures, inspired by themes such as humanity, nature and animals.
Based in Amsterdam, focuses on human emotions and man's footprint on and in the world, to make truly amazing pieces.
Van Breevoort, she is deeply fascinated by man and how he adapts to everyday life, as well as dealing with the constant change of his reality, through technology and science.
And it is that for this creative the enormous number of possibilities that arise from this and the speed with which humans can adapt to them is worrying.
His surreal sculptures that feature exceptional detail and care, are based on contemporary casting and sculpting techniques, Therefore, each piece is well worth looking at closely, since without a doubt they place the viewer in a dilemma, due to their gloomy touch.
With extreme perfection, a natural representation and a great imagination, Margriet van Breevoort, provokes a strange shock because of the reality of her work, but that in the end it can never be.
A constant and impeccable effort that ends up deceiving the viewer and seducing them into believing in something impossible.
Similar to science fiction, each and every one of his sculptures manifests a synthesis of animal, nature, human and technology.
Creatures with anthropomorphic features and hybrid landscapes that form a hybrid world, where man and nature enter into unconventional relationships, the natural against the artificial.
These beings that although they do not exist in the world as we know it, are made to make the viewer believe for a moment in this world created by Margriet van Breevoort.
Figures that interact with their immediate surroundings and sometimes seem to reflect a feeling of restlessness and vulnerability.
To learn more about this artist and her hyper-realistic sculptures, Here we leave you his Instagram account, so you can take a look: