6 Artists I Just Discovered That Use Nature As Fuel

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(Choi Jeong Hwa) 

The only thing more important in my world of influences besides great art is nature, and when artists use nature as fuel, there is the ultimate synergy for me.  Here are six artists I love- like Choi Jeong Hwa above-  that re-imagine nature and riff off of it in material, figure, color and theme.  Love, love, love! 

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(Choi Jeong Hwa) 

This may be my most recent favorite piece of art.

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(David Benjamin Sherry)

Layers of the earth are so lyrical and magical when captured by David Benjamin Sherry.

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(Baptiste Debombourg)

Feathers gone pastel punk by Baptiste Debombourg.

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(Klaus Pichler)

This series of “dust”… literally, artistically created heaps of dust, breaks down big concepts of the universe into partcles that combine at random, or on purpose.

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(Jules Olitski)

While Jules Olitski does not overtly use sand, sea or land in artwork, here the colors and strokes have the density and color of earth and the fluid motion of water.

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(Mat Collishaw)

Set some flowers in propane fire and you have a cycle of nature illuminated by Mat Collishaw.

Live with art… and nature… and watch your horizons expand.  xoxo Dana

 

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