The texture within nature-(Shawn Mitchell 4647952)

The texture from different landscapes and pieces of architecture.  All with different time stamps and techniques used to create each one.

This picture has a crazy amount of detail.  Take a look at how the shading of the water really brings out the “magic hour time”; then to the sunset hitting the horizon and background to the foreground in such a sublime manner.  The texture within the piece is far beyond phenomenal of this time (1600’s).  The texture that is found to be the most appealing to myself, is in the bottom right corner and how everything has such great detail.
This image is a different view on how we look at landscapes.  Most look at landscapes as a 90-degree strait forward painting.  This must have broken new grounds of the time.  I also enjoyed how the artist started to blur out the background with the choice of shading that was selected.
This image is a different view on how we look at landscapes.  Most look at landscapes as a 90-degree strait forward painting.  This must have broken new grounds of the time.  I also enjoyed how the artist started to blur out the background with the choice of shading that was selected.
This landscape piece is very historical and truly serves its purpose for demonstrating the land of the time.  As time turns from future to past so do the surroundings.  The artist gave a fair amount of texture for the era and supplies that were readily available.  Comparing this to the present land must be a great difference.  
The First Watercolor painting by Frederic Whitaker is an awesome example of texture within landscapes.  The brush strokes that where chosen, give that image a lack of detail; yet, at the same time this also has a deep depth.  Then giving the viewer much more for the eye to be attracted to.
This piece I selected was a personal choice from traveling to NYC often from my close location.  The way the texture is set, makes for a 3-d type image.  This is from the choice of line work to give some dimensions and a focus point as well; note how the sky and water are horizontal lines and the buildings are vertical.
Fundy low tide was an appealing image.  This catches my attention from the land showing by the water.  The artist of this has many techniques that were used on this landscape painting.  The image is very bare but still has an interesting cast that follow the foreground to the backround.
This picture has much more detail than the last in this showcase.  The way the artist chose to place the color and how he texturized the image, really makes the image pop out.  The trees pull from the blurred landscape in the background.  Making a truly original piece of art.
The texture of watercolor paints is one of the most interesting types of paints in my eyes.  This would explain the landscape here that has is full of many different types of colors, all which are incorporated together to give an image of our own story or our own perception.    
This last watercolor of this showcase is my favorite.  This has a calming color to it and the texture is mellow contributing to the colors.  This landscape is not that old and still follows many of the textures techniques as well as the landscape settings, such as the position of life and architecture.
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