asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner
Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.
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asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner
Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.
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asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner
Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.
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asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner
Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.
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asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner
Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.
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asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner
Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.
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asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner
Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.
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asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner
Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.
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asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner
Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner
Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.
Zoom Info

asylum-art:

Magnified Realness by Ben Weiner

Artsy / Mark Moore Gallery on artnet /Facebook

These paintings from, New York based artist, Ben Weiner present a world from macro photographs of what appears to be either splashing swirling paint or toxic chemicals all painted in a slick photo-realistic style. The paintings which have an undeniable beauty could easily be seen as abstract.

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