Warms and cold colors in nature by anh nguyen

How artist use warm and cold colors to showcase nature in their art work and to represent how it is found in nature. The artist use the colors as they would have been found in nature and some even push farther than nature would allow in the real world so that they can push their artistic skill farther.

The cool green contrast with the warmer blue blueish brown of the trees and the warm dark background of the forest. The artwork shows a couple walking through a forest.
The artwork shows a small village in the french country side. The green of the ground contrast well with some of the darker plants in the scene and the dark grey cloud in the sky.
The scene depicts a green field with some buildings in the upper right in the countryside. The art work is mostly filled with the cooler colors of green up close but as you move farther back it darker
The scene depicts people in the streets of New York during a snowy winter. The scene is mostly cool colors because of all the snow except for the buildings and cars and people.
The scene shows to birds in a tree interacting with each other. The birds are mostly warm colors has one is dark blue with grey while the other is brown with dark green. The tree branches are dark.
The scene shows a view through a tree line that further shows a lake and cliffs. The scene is contrast greatly with both dark and cool colors from both the water and cliffs to the trees.
The scene depicts people walking a hill. The scene is mostly dark colors from the mountains which is color dark grey and the village is also dark grey even black.
The artwork show a flower basking in sunlight. The painting show both dark and light colors as the petals are a light color, while the leaves are dark.
The artwork shows people sitting near a lake next to a building a boat. The painting is mostly dark colors as the sun is setting casting shadow over the environment.
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