This green piece of work may seem average at first glance, but take a closer look at the Cathryn Barman 'Nature is Sculpture' series and you will see that it is a rolling sea of emerald green. This inventive miniature landscape boasts Japanese influence in diorama form, making for a true work of art.
New York City artist Cathryn Barmon brings creative flair to the concept of nature as art to bring these gorgeous landscapes to life. Here you can see her recent work as a hanging piece in her living room -- a perfect accent for the earthy home.
Cathryn Barmon uses Japanese-Influenced Diorama Landscapes
1. Japanese-influenced Diorama Landscapes - The use of Japanese influences in diorama landscapes presents opportunities for artists and designers to create unique and captivating artworks.
1. Art - The art industry can explore the use of diorama landscapes as a medium to showcase nature-inspired artworks in a visually stunning way.