Element of Texture

Textures as found in the picture of the art itself, as well as in the form in which it is found. - Molly Bassett

Texture of the fire is violoently bold and almost tangible, the glow of the moon against the clouds is soft and whispy
Implied texture of the hare - This two dimensional drawing is made to look like it has a fluffy, soft texture
Prominent for its lack of texture - except for maybe the apparent layers of picture
The prominent texture here is the implied, accurate, fleshy texture of human skin - a unique feeling
An unidentifiable, fluid texture - the blended snow gives the artwork a light, airy texture
Texture of the paints are separate colors and thicknesses, yet form on cohesive texture or movement
Rough, sandy texture
Silky, firm texture of the chair against a hard, wooden frame
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