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Paintings by Reisha Perlmutter

Reisha Perlmutter (born in 1990 in Naples, Florida ) is an American artist, whose amazing hyperrealist paintings leave no one indifferent. Her inspiration comes from the childhood memories of the light and nature, alongside her growing up near the water. She turns the past into present experience, helping the viewers to connect with their senses that exist out of the comfort zone. The oil paints that she uses, bring their own dimensions to the works, by leaving a certain dose of imperfection.

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