Oftentimes, when people imagine fish tank art, they think of fantastical arrangements that mimic what pet owners would think Davy Jones' locker would look like. But that couldn't be farther from the case when it comes to the work of Mariele Neudecker, an artist based in Bristol, United Kingdom. If viewing strategic images of her fish tank art, people could easily mistake them for real parts of the world.
Moody, mysterious and utterly picturesque, the scenes in her fish tank art depict landscapes such as forests and seabeds. Displayed in galleries, the sculptures are created with the help of photographs, chemical products and some fiberglass pieces. As intricate as they are realistic, the works of art could easily inspire fish owners to get a little more creative with the homes they create.