Ginkgo biloba by Horticultural Art. a collection of framed leaf art would be lovely for autumn This really inspires me for my designs. Call on nature texture! Love the color, the way the leaves lay on top of each other as like fish scales
Artist: Alvaro Gomez Title: Unknown Material: Picture I like this picture because it is a very rough texture with a soft touch. I mean When you run your hand across it it would be rough but in between the rough spots are spots of softness.
Photography // Studio photography of various colors of yarn dyed at the Weaver's shop in Colonial Williamsburg. Shot for book by Max Hamerick on dyeing textiles; Blue dyed with Indigo Photo by Barbara Temple Lombardi
I have chosen this image of a tree stump beacuse as as well as texture it also shows line and tone, this made into an art study would be breathtaking as the image has different tones of brown and different layers in the wood.
Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor) taken by Dr. Steven Murray Old fallen ash tree covered in this delightful bracket fungi. Very common and highly variable. The bands can vary from white to black and everything in between. Blue versions are rather funky