11-Year-Old Artist from Roxas Earned Praises with Hyperrealism Portrait

Hyperrealism portrait of an 11-year-old artist from Roxas

ROXAS CITY – An 11-year-old artist from Capiz earned the praises of netizens with his hyperrealism.

hyperrealism portrait
Photo credit to the owner

Filipinos are naturally talented. Whether in the field of music, cookery, fashion, arts and crafts, there’s always a Filipino who excels in such areas.

But what’s more amazing is the fact that even little children are also doing great in those fields.

Throughout history, there are youngsters who have made a name for themselves in different fields.

One of them is an eleven-year-old artist from Roxas City, Capiz. His name is Romel Dojaylo.

The young artist captured the attention of netizens with the hyperrealism portrait.

According to him, he wanted to make his grandmother, Lola Marita, happy with his masterpiece.

Currently, the artwork of the 11-year-old artist from Roxas City, Capiz is making rounds online, particularly on the social networking site, Facebook.

It generated massive praises from the netizens with some expressing their amazement at the work of art made by the young artist.

A netizen even said that the artwork seemed to be not made by only an 11-year-old artist.

Here are the comments of some netizens based on the article of RB Sweet FM Bacolod:

Hyperrealism is a genre of painting and sculpture resembling a high-resolution photograph. It is considered an advancement of Photorealism by the methods used to create the resulting paintings or sculptures.

The term is primarily applied to an independent art movement and art style in the United States and Europe that has developed since the early 1970s.

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