Acrylic Paint: a water soluble paint appreciated for its quick drying times, museum quality, and vibrant color
Artistic voice: the unique and distinct artistic style of any given artist
Commission: requesting and paying for a specific piece of art to be created by an artist
Hyperrealism: a movement of art born from photorealism that yields drawings, paintings, sculpture, etc. that appears to be a high-resolution photograph. However, the Hyperrealist movement differs from Photorealism, moving beyond the appearance of a photography, to a work that is more emotive, and may address societal issues.
Mixed-media: works of art created using a variety of media
Media: the plural of “medium”; refers to the type of medium used to create a work of art (pencil, graphite, acrylic paint, watercolor, etc.)
NFS: Not for sale
Realism: works of art painted or drawn in a realistic way