Expressive portraits of men and women that blur between realism and surrealism

There is something so fascinating and beautiful about the work of Brazilian-born, Berlin-based artist Harding Meyer. He paints gorgeously expressive portraits of men and women that blur the lines between realism and surrealism. Presenting an intimate look and feel, he manages to create an emotional connection that delves deep into each subject's soul. The painter has a somewhat signature style, taking images of anonymous faces, both from digital and print mediums, to interpret them and add his own creative flair with glitches and sharp brushstrokes in every direction. Just beautiful. More of his work can be found over at Galerie Voss.