Nature

These Installations Raise Questions About Man’s Overuse of the Environment

Amanda Parer creates ephemeral art installations that incorporate light and humor. Her installations include massive sculptures of animals (specifically rabbits) as well as humans. These aim to stimulate the viewers’ imaginations while...

Zaria Forman’s Hyperrealistic Icy Landscapes

How many shades of blue are there? Judging by Zaria Forman's hyperrealistic paintings, too many to count. Focusing mainly on icebergs as they converge with oceans, her landscapes document the jarring effects...

Anne ten Donkelaar’s Collages are a Thing of Beauty

Anne ten Donkelaar incorporates nature into her art, quite literally. Her delicate collages are composed of both paper images and actual specimens from her garden. Those include flowers and the occasional butterfly,...

An Observation of Nature: Amy Genser’s Paper Art

Amy Genser’s paper art is simultaneously irregular and ordered, reminding of aerial landscape views, satellite imagery, and biological cellular processes. Taking note from nature itself - of natural formations and organic processes -...

Artist Makes Whimsical Flower Butterfly Dragons

Svetlana is an artist best known for her handmade jewelry and fairly-tale inspired creatures. She hides behind the pseudonym handmadehome and says that she spends most of her time in dreams. This...

These Illustrations Were Inspired By Nature and Beauty

Sasha Ignatiadou’s illustrations center around powerful women, engulfed by flowers. Originally from Russia and currently based in Germany, Ignatiadou relies on acrylic, watercolors, oil paints, and some digital helpers, to create...

Lisa Lloyd’s Paper Sculptures Are Inspired by Birds

Lisa Lloyd is a gifted graphic designer and paper artist who creates realistic-looking sculptures of birds, butterflies, and other living creatures, made entirely from card and paper. She...

Stephanie Redlinger’s Paper Botanicals Are Simply Breathtaking

Stephanie Redlinger's handcrafted paper botanicals deserve more hype. Inspired by nature, Redlinger works mainly with fine crepe paper, recreating plants, flowers, and mushrooms that look uncannily like the real thing.

This Artist Studies the Movement of Birds

Nicola Henley’s art is a delightful homage to birds and their natural landscapes. “I am continually inspired by the natural world but in particular birds and their movement within the landscape and...

Camille Shu’s Artwork is Quite Appetizing

Amongst the things that make illustrator Camille Shu tick are plants and the things they do (or make). “I’m in complete awe of the things that grow around us,” she gushed in...