Start by taking a look at the work of Max Naylor. Painting in watercolours, Naylor creates dreamlike landscape paintings in mixed media. They are colourful and filled with semi-surreal imagery, inspired by his memory and imagination.
For a stunning example of nature drawings, check out the work of Renata Fernandez. Fernandez exemplifies the ways in which charcoal can be manipulated in order to create jaw-droppingly hyperrealistic images. Her incredible series of charcoal drawings depicting various tropical plants will amaze you.
British photographer Eleanor Cunningham is an incredible photographer whose landscape shots are not to be missed. Cunnigham’s aim in her work is to depict the decay of monumental spaces and historical sites, and she does this by manipulating the various materials and processes involved in the dark room.
Nature art encompasses pieces of art which feature any subjects deriving from nature such as landscapes, wildlife and botanicals. Natural scenes have long been a popular subject across various mediums of art including painting, drawing and photography and remain so today. Advancements in digital technology mean that their depictions are able to evolve to more modern and abstract forms, while more traditional interpretations remain popular in the art world today.