Textures in nature

Zoey Zimmerman

I chose this work because of the accurate textures represented throughout the entire piece, I especially like the clouds, and the realism of the grass.
Although this work doesn't have but two colors, I chose it because I loved the way you could still see the textures within the shaded parts and high contrasted areas.
I chose this work because of the texture work in the rock. I love the emphasis on the way the light hits it and that there is even texture in the reflection of the pond.
I chose this piece because the artist made some parts of the snow look like water drops, which I thought was symbolic and added depth to the piece.
I chose this work because of how accurate all of the textures are in the piece. I especially like the texture of the white water hitting the rock.
I chose this piece because of the way holes in the trees create a vine-like texture, which is a very original way of creating texture in a sculpture.
I chose this painting because of the way the texture within the clouds show how high up the mountains are, and the ridges create depth.
I chose this piece because of the way the different colors, highlights, and brush strokes create a fish-like texture.
I chose this work because of the different colors and brush strokes used to create different textures.
I chose this work because of how different the artist made the textures underwater and out of water.
I chose this art work because of the variety of textures within the snow, mountains, and rocky-like mountain tops.
I chose this piece because the artist did a beautiful job of capturing the different textures in wet sand, and dry powdery sand.
I chose the art work because of the gorgeous textures in the flowers, and how the texture and detail in the trees gradually fade to create a sense of depth.
I chose this piece because the textures in the rock, water, and tree are so realistic that it almost looks like a photo.
I chose this piece because of the almost tangible texture of the smoke. I also liked how the texture of the rock closer to use differentiated from the distant rock.
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