Wonders of Nature- Darryl newcombe

This gallery will give you a perspective of nature in many different ways; whether it's the meaning of the artwork, shape, color, or who it's by, your mind will definitely have a twist on nature itself. Take a look at the different works of art created using different techniques to express its many wonders of nature.

This is a scratch-off painting of wild grass and it's been scratch off to create a plant in a flower pot.This painting is well balanced with the scratched off flower pot directly in the center of the artwork; resembling the balance of nature,
This piece of artwork was actually created by nature itself. The artist used actual little braces with leaves in them and used ink to press onto cloth to make a print. The detailed vein-like lines going through the leaves with holes in them came out very sharp from just plastering it on a piece of cloth.
This is another scratch-off piece that only allows the wild grass to show off it's beauty and natural state in nature. The detailed shadowing gives off the small spaces you can see through the wild grass to the next bushel of wild grass behind it as they are fanned out.
This is a drawing of a human-like tree that shows it's old age through time with he grass-like hair coming from the top and stubby-like roots for legs. The texture of the body of the trunk itself gives you that old wrinkled skin you would find on an elderly human being.
This is a photo of artwork done on the faces of the stairs to give you a piece of what the world is made up of. The patterns the streets used to give you a 3D perspective of green mountainous hills and valleys captures the eye. The use of digital imaging helps enhance the color contrast of nature's most common color "green".
This is a combination type of artwork that expresses nature in different ways of artistic techniques. The rainbow path on the brick wall which seems to incorporated on a starry night, the black and white image at the bottom right with the patterns of lines fanning into the what seems to be the stem of a leaf. This all gives a sense of balance in painting because it gives many different aspects of nature and the use of different coloring and shading.
This is a painting of a little village near some mountains while everyone is minding their own business and living their lives. What stands out in this painting is the spacing. The reason why is because every object has it's own little area throughout the painting; the mountains in the background to cover the top left area, the swan and little child on the bottom thirds the painting, and the little huts in the center. Your eyes will definitely be able to scan throughout the entire painting and not stay stuck on one part. Also it's proportioned evenly giving you a sense of realism.
This is another piece of artwork that used nature as the instruments to create what you see now. The patterns of the little dandelion-like fuss give the stem of leaves depth; it pulls you toward the center to just focus on the dandelions. The movement causes your eyes to star from the top of the stem in the top left of the piece and start going down diagonally to the right. This is defiantly a piece to take a moment to analyze.
Even though this might be a photograph, it's still art due to the fact that you're using a camera to capture nature's beautiful being. This picture speaks a lot of color and a sense of realism. The saturated reddish brown dirt with the icy glacier blue body of water in the background and foreground gives you a great mixture of the color spectrum. This is personally one of my favorite pieces expressing nature in its many natural forms.
This is also a photograph showing how nature's most used an important substance to reshape something man-made. A you can the water ripples reshaping the power plant wires gives the structure an artistic stance as if it was actually built like how it's being shown. I also love the fact that it's only in black and white because the main focus is what you see in front of you that's abnormal. It's emphasizing and wanting you to focus on the irregular form of the power plant wires.
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