Zaria Forman is no ordinary artist. She creates hyper-realistic paintings of clouds, waves, and melting glaciers. The artwork is remarkable, but perhaps the most impressive part is that Forman does it all with her fingers. That's right, Forman uses paint and chalk to create nature scenes so lifelike that you swear you could reach out and feel the water. "In my work I explore moments of transition, turbulence and tranquility in the landscape and their impact on the viewer," she explains.

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Forman's art passion and inspiration came as a result of childhood travel trips with her mother to the most remote destinations. On her Facebook page, she notes that her mother was a photographer, which would perhaps explain Forman's affinity for art. She studied art in both Italy and New York City.

You can see her phenomenal work below.

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