Ashley Oubré

Ashley Oubré crafts graphite powder, India ink and carbon pencil in order to create incredibly hyper-realistic works that are often confused with photography. Drawn to subjects that are socially damaged in some way, Oubré’s drawings depict the nuances of exclusion, illness, reflection, and quietness. Her work accentuates photographic deviations from reality to create illusions that are true to both life and form.

In 2016, Oubré won 1st prize at the DDESSIN Paris Contemporary Drawing Fair. Her work has been exhibited extensively the United States and Europe.