I found these tree paintings by Anika Easter yesterday and fell in love. The rich ocher tones are so warm and the texture from the moss - I'd have a hard time not touching the spongy branches.
|Moss Forest by Anika Easter|
|Moss Tree by Anika Easter|
These mixed media works by Glyn Walton make me catch my breath. I could stare at them for hours - each dome feels like a captured memory or slice of time.
|The Cyclist by MiniMemoryWorlds|
|The White Horse by MiniMemoryWorlds|
I'm also drawn to his memory boxes.
|Cycling Against Progress by MiniMemoryWorlds|
I'm fascinated by the work of Stacey Chinn - she has such interesting pieces that demand you look and investigate. A little strange, sometimes eerie, full of found objects and a unique point of view.
|Bounty by staceychinn|
|Nutty by staceychinn|
I love how mixed media requires more interaction between viewer and artist. The 3D element draws you in, creating texture and space, allowing you to place yourself inside.