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Monday, January 18, 2010

Individual leaf on leaf pics

fig. 55a: red on yellow

fig. 55b: green on brown

fig. 55c: orange on yellow

fig. 55d: red on green

fig 55e: green on brown

fig. 55f: yellow on brown


fig. 55g: yellow on red

21 comments:

john@createculture.org said...

Really enjoy the sea grape tree.

-John

http://www.createculture.org

Lisa @ Ladylip.com said...

I love these...some faves that come to mind are the pixeled rhododendron and the underwater rock...neat!

Stone Art said...

Wow what great stuff you do! I love landscape art, and this is a very new medium for me, grate work. You keep up the good work, and i will keep popping in to your blog to see how its going!

Mélanie Rouiller said...

I'm looking your picture and I smile...magic!

MooBeeTees said...

Way too gorgeous :)

jojoebi said...

what a cute idea, I am sure my son would love doing this kind of thing

openid said...

Impressed, that's a great natural art!

paperwerks said...

love your blog! very creative and inventive.

petalbelles said...

This was brilliant. It made my day.

Robin said...

love these

Rob said...

I love it!!

http://nothingbuthopeandpassion.blogspot.com/

Teh Tarik Drinker said...

really creative way of painting. never thought of it.

tehtarikmemoirs.com

Quinton said...

Amazing! I couldnt see the paint in a few pictures because because of my colorblindess but im sure the design was brilliant : )

Travelers Barista said...

Wow, what an amazing idea! You do great at painting and photography. Love these!

Morgan Cerese said...

Nice work! I have never seen anyone literally let nature be their canvas. Great job! I love!

design traveller said...

I love the pixel leaf!

Paul said...

tacky, garish, obtrusive, unoriginal

The Freshman said...

I love this form of natural art!
-The Freshman

b-rice said...

just stumbled on to this. love it!

professionaldesigner said...

very nice, awesome texture

Jennifer said...

I love all of these images.. makes me want to go out and play in the woods with my paints! Thank you!

:) Jenn