“I'm an artist, recent graduate, specializing in photo realistic watercolors, painting what the camera can't capture. My work is perceivably on the darker side, but the actually is, it's about exploration" says Danny Quirk about himself and his work.
Danny Quirk paints what’s underneath the skin on canvas or real human skin. For his work on real human skin he uses either his own body or models. One of his paintings is called “Facial dissection”.
The work shows the nerves, vessels and detailed musculature of the neck. With the use of latex, sharpies and acrylic paint it took approximately 6,5 hours to make this particular painting.