These Tamara Phillips Illustrations Showcase a Textured Technique

By: Jana Pijak - Published: May 4, 2013 • References: tamaraphillips &
Whether depicting human or animal subjects, these striking illustrations by Canadian artist Tamara Phillips showcase her signature bubble-inspired texture technique.

Taking inspiration from the beauty of nature, the artist often depicts wild creatures and aquatic life and brings her portraits to life with textured bubble accents that are both lifelike and distinctive to her talents.

Using a watercolor medium, these illustrated art pieces have been drafted on paper and filled with gorgeously orbed patterns that are reminiscent of bubbles naturally formed under water. These organic bubbled accents add an unexpected and unique touch to these art works of Tamara Phillips and ensure that she will be remembered for her signature visual aesthetic and fresh translation of natural subject matter. Stats for Bubble-Infused Animal Artworks Trending: Older & Average
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