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ArtDuRealisme
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Dominant vs Soft
Acrylic on Canvas
18" x 20" 

    Dominant vs Soft

    Acrylic on Canvas
    18" x 20"
  • Beach Escape
Oil on Canvas
24" x 48" 

    Beach Escape

    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 48"
  • Feeling
Acrylic on Canvas
28" x 22" 

    Feeling

    Acrylic on Canvas
    28" x 22"
  • Flow Turner
Acrylic on Canvas
24" x 36" 

    Flow Turner

    Acrylic on Canvas
    24" x 36"
  • Fluorescent Spark
Acrylic on Canvas
48" x 24" 

    Fluorescent Spark

    Acrylic on Canvas
    48" x 24"
  • Green Takeover
Acrylic on Canvas
18" x 18" 

    Green Takeover

    Acrylic on Canvas
    18" x 18"
  • Square Overlap
Acrylic on Canvas
48" x 24" 

    Square Overlap

    Acrylic on Canvas
    48" x 24"
  • Sunset
Acrylic on Canvas
24" x 22" 

    Sunset

    Acrylic on Canvas
    24" x 22"
  • Treasure Island
Oil on Canvas
18" x 24" 

    Treasure Island

    Oil on Canvas
    18" x 24"
  • Trio Beach Painting
Oil on Canvas
24" x 36" 

    Trio Beach Painting

    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 36"
  • Ying&Yang
Oil on Canvas
24" x 20" 

    Ying&Yang

    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 20"
  • Fireworks
Oil on Canvas
36" x 24" 

    Fireworks

    Oil on Canvas
    36" x 24"
  • Rainbow Frenzy
Oil on Canvas
36" x 36" 

    Rainbow Frenzy

    Oil on Canvas
    36" x 36"
  • Rose Tree
Oil on Canvas
20" x 24" 

    Rose Tree

    Oil on Canvas
    20" x 24"
  • Fire&Ice
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
48" x 24" 

    Fire&Ice

    Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
    48" x 24"
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ArtDuRealisme

Daneisha Shuler, known as ArtDuRealism, has always been fascinated by images and how the world is presented through the eyes of others. She was drawn to photography early on, and grew that interest into digital graphics and painting. Her artistic interest was cultivated during her teenage years, which led her to pursue her Bachelors Degree in Graphic Design. When she is not in the classroom, she creates unique abstract paintings using acrylics, poured liquitex, and galkyd oil paints.

Shuler’s work features fluid scenes that flow onto each canvas to create organic, colorful images. There is also a deeper element of contemplation to her canvases, which may be explained by her admission that her work seems to pour out of her when something happens in the world. She finds a stress release in creating, and it lends to the meaning behind each piece. Motivated and committed to her craft, the South Carolina based artist is capable of transforming any color scheme into something magical and beautiful.