Masters of Realism Weekly Feature 1/9/11
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Since Master of Realism was founded one week ago, the group has grown substantially! I would like to thank all the Contributors, Members, and Watchers who have made all this possible. As gratitude, I have put together a News Feature to showcase the beautiful Art being featured in our Galleries.
Please :+favlove: this news to support all these wonderful artists.

Here is a selection of amazing works by our Contributors.
Ja5on
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Denis-Peterson
Footaction II by Denis-Peterson
Astrid1
His Majesty - Oil Painting by AstridBruning
Ericfoo
Value of time by ericfoo
HeatherHorten
Gayle_Window by HeatherHorton
hyper-tom
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And here is a collection of some of our favourites submitted by Members.


Drawings
Old Rastaman by BACHT 'The Sleeper' by SRussellart Stripped wipV by arminmersmann

Mature Content

relaxing bath by johnwickart
Il tramonto by DiegoKoi Bay Leafs and Tomatoes by Acacia13 Green by Briscott anne hathaway photorealistic by petbet1

Paintings
Fruits of the sun by shvayba Flower Painting Study by soybeans :thumb55827383: Yellow Flowers by SILENTJUSTICE Touch by Zitronenradio Almost Perfect by Artman225 Dasha13 by olegmd blossom by URM


Oil, Chalk Pastels, Etc.
Lips 4 by ArtByOlivia Blind by sheeroo3 ruby by hannah1796
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HeatherHorton|Professional Traditional Artist
Thank-you very much for including my work here!!
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Thanks for featuring my work amongst these amazing artists. You are getting a great collection. :heart:
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sheeroo3|Professional Traditional Artist
Amazing feature , thank you so much :heart:.
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:slow: thanks, nice group of artists too!
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BACHT|Professional General Artist
Wow... fantastic!!! This is my first time my artworks become one level with Armin.. hahaha.... such an honor... but my artwork is just 20 cm X21 cm size.
You catch the detail ... deadly. Thank you my friend. I really appreciate it :D
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bcarroll's avatar
Your welcome :)
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ja5on|Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you :)
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johnwickart|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much !
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ArtByOlivia|Hobbyist General Artist
thank you! :blowkiss:
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Acacia13's avatar
Thank you for the feature. Wonderful collection! I really enjoyed to look at this works.
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arminmersmann|Professional Traditional Artist
thank you for the feature i am honored!

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Great picks! These are amazing! :+favlove:
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SILENTJUSTICE|Student General Artist
Thanks a lot for the featured! :thanks!
It means a lot!
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