In his broad accumulation of strange works of art, craftsman Joel Rea goes up against us great undertakings. His hyper realistic scenes and representations highlight everything from twirls of stormy
winds and water to goliath puppies pursuing little individuals. Utilizing brushes as meager as only a couple of hairs, the Australian craftsman invests hour upon hour fastidiously building up his oil
sketches until they are smooth, soaked and madly point by point scenes of creative substances. Before he even puts brush to canvas, Rea invests energy looking into and imagining his pictures. He
draws from different media, pre-envisioned outlines, and photograph shoots with a specific end goal to mix a few components into one last and regularly confusing picture.