Places to go - Things to              Touch

In this gallery I'm going to be show pieces that make you wanna touch them even though you may not be able to in real life. The main themes I'm going to be focusing on are texture and nature. The ten main pieces I'll show will incorporate both those elements. 

I chose this painting because it looks like the swamp lands of Louisiana. It also fits has a dry skin like texture to it as well which very rough to the touch.
I chose this piece because it reminds me of my back of a beautiful park that I went to. It fits the theme if texture because it has a hard cloudy feel when you touch it.
I chose this painting because it looks like a forest in somewhere in Europe. It has a an uneven feel to it when touched.
I chose this painting not so much because of the texture but because of the landscape. It shows the kind of nature that I want to see one day. It also has a cloudy feel to it when touched.
I chose this painting because it greatly has texture throughout the piece. It has a very matted feel when touched to simulate the rocks on mountain. This painting looks mysterious like heaven almost.
I chose this painting because of the it makes me feel like I'm actually at Hawaii. The piece has a wavy feel to it when touched to kind of simulate a watery texture.
I chose this Piece not much for the texture but for the color which help give a sense of the fall season. It has a bubbly feel to it when touched.
I chose this painting because of the texture. It has a very wavy feel to it around the water and mountain areas to give it a smooth texture. The mountain face kinda has darkness feel to it warning you not to enter it.
I chose this painting because it has a very beautiful nature landscape and also it has a smooth texture to it with no unevenness throughout the painting.
Chose this painting because it has a beautiful nature silhouette of the mountain face that not shadowy but is illuminated and hidden by the lighting. It also has a great landscape with trees and grass leading up to the mountain.
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