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Realistic works by Colin Chillag Colin Chillag is...

Realistic works by Colin Chillag

Colin Chillag is Phoenix-based artist whose work is usually labeled as hyperrealist. Behind his amazing paintings and other works stand a comprehensive and extensive research on possibilities to artistically represent the real. His work is characterized by uniqueaesthetics, and original style. Chillag uses a wide range of techniques in his mission to capture the world as objectively as possible. He is equally devoted to painting, photography and drawings as the artistic media that compose his final compositions. His final products provide a unique and original visual experience to the viewer. 

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