Hyper-Realistic Drawing by Brian Boulton

Vancouver artist Brian Boulton’s detailed graphite drawings capture the quiet, solitary moments of everyday life. Captivated with his subjects’ subtle expressions and graceful movements, he draws people from all walks of life: a middle-aged woman digging in her purse for change; two children exploring an abandoned warehouse on their bicycles. Featuring both male and female figures as well as still lifes that evoke scenes from childhood memories or nostalgic pastimes like reading under your covers by flashlight long after bedtime has come – these intimate portraits are at once engagingly accessible to viewers who know nothing about the subject matter while also holding pieces of personal meaning only to those depicted within them.