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The Nature Of Art – A guest curation by Addicted Art Gallery

“Nature” in artwork is a topic that has been around for centuries. Artists have always been inspired by the beauty of nature and have tried to capture this beauty in their work.


The use of natural elements in art dates back to ancient times, when ancient Egyptians would use natural materials like limestone and malachite to create sculptures and jewellery. Today, artists are still using natural elements like plants, flowers, animals and water as inspiration for their work.


Some artists even incorporate the idea of nature into the art itself – such as paintings or sculptures made from natural materials. Others might choose to include themes about nature in their artwork – for example, an artist might paint a picture about the environment or animal conservation.


Enjoy The Nature Of Art!

Girl and Tree – Planche No. 13, Zhang Xiaogang, Addicted Art Gallery
Young Woman With Owl Mask, Sunda Islands, Fred Stichnoth, Addicted Art Gallery
Flower, Andy Warhol, Michael Lisi/Contemporary Art
Flowers Blooming in This World and The Land of Nirvana, Takashi Murakami, Lougher Contemporary
Trees, Nicolas Party, MLTPL
Pequi Tree Miniature, Ai Weiwei, Baldwin Contemporary
Waterfall 3, Connie Saddlemire, Oehme Graphics
Blue Grass, Henrik Simonsen, Eyestorm
Be Kind, David Shrigley, Baldwin Contemporary
Purple Tulips II, from: Flowers Portfolio, Alex Katz, Gilden's Art Gallery