Artist Joshua Suda draws impressively wonderful photorealistic paintings that depict photographs, limbs extending from the canvas, and other flourishes to heighten the hyperrealism. He gives very unusual surroundings to each portrait. It is worth to pay tribute to the skills of Joshua Suda. His portraits are very difficult to distinguish from conventional photography. And with the use of monochrome pattern and color, it seems a difficult task at all. However, the artist Joshua does the job with enthusiasm. And with the use of monochrome pattern and color, it seems a difficult task at all. However, the artist Joshua does the job with enthusiasm.
Joshua Suda writes on his official blog â€œI paint pictures. I’ve been born with an innate requirement to create, and by circumstance paint is the vehicle I have chosen. At the easel there is meditation, maybe some insanity that takes place. Sometimes I praise it, sometimes it’s my scapegoat. It’s a yin and yang thing going on. Whatever it is, there is a drive to get the cerebral into the physical without the ultimate concept ever fully unveiled; and that is why I paint. I’m like a dog chasing a ball but the difference between the dog and I; is that I never catch the damn ball!!â€