Various Art Styles of PalmTrees

I have attached five art prints that depict palm trees. I created them using various styles of digital art.

The first one I created using a slightly abstract watercolor technique of a grove of palm trees.

Palm Tree Grove

For the next one, I used a similar technique, but the perspective is looking up the trunk of a large palm tree.

Looking up the Trunk of a Palm Tree

The third print was created by using an abstract oil technique of the palm trees reflected in the water of a lake. This technique creates bold brush strokes and color.

Palm Trees On The Water

The fourth print I created using a totally different technique. This approach was created with warm earth tone colors that create a gothic old world look.

Three Palm Trees

In the fifth art print my approach was a fauvism oil technique, which creates a contemporary and brightly colored look to this sunset behind the palm trees.

Ocean Sunset Behind a Palm Tree

Thoughts? As I have said before, everyone reacts to visual art techniques and looks differently, so I am not in the least offended by opinions. 

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29 thoughts on “Various Art Styles of PalmTrees

  1. Jet Eliot

    I liked your creativity here, Kirt, and the many beautiful depictions of palm trees. My favorites were #2, Looking Up the Trunk, for its unique angle and being so close to it; and #5, Ocean Sunset, for its vibrancy. Nice work, my friend.

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    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Sometimes it’s hard which is why you see so many styles!! Having said that, I truly have an appreciation of seeing same things in different styles as it does create unique looks. Thanks for stopping by Diana….have a great week!!

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      1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

        I was just curious as there is such a wide variety of palms in Southern California and I’m a plant person. Thanks for getting back to me. P. S. Again….so happy for your Canada trip to see family!! Have a great week!!

  2. Diane Henders

    Wow, they’re all so different! I’m always attracted to intense colours as in the third and fifth prints. The first watercolour appeals to me, too, and… okay, I can’t choose a favourite. Love them all! 🙂

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  3. denisebushphoto

    I had to take a second and third look at the first image … realistic at the top and cartoon-like at the bottom. My favorite is the last … I live silhouettes and as you probably know … fences too.

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