The world is awash in wildlife, from the majestic blue-eyed parrot to the giant kangaroo, but in the wild, nature’s landscapes are largely barren.
The landscape art that has become increasingly popular around the world has been used to create a sense of wonder and beauty.
Here are five of the most famous and recognisable examples of landscape art.
“A lot of people just don’t know that there’s a wild animal that is part of the landscape,” said Tom Hulst, a landscape artist from Florida who has worked in China, Italy and Germany.
They are part and parcel of the environment.” “
It’s like the idea that you can’t live in a car with an animal in it.
They are part and parcel of the environment.”
He told ABC Radio Melbourne’s The Agenda program that he started painting landscapes around six years ago, but was drawn to them after hearing the story of a young girl who was rescued from a forest and adopted by her grandmother.
“I thought, wow, this is an interesting subject for a landscape, and I’m a landscape painter,” he said.
“We are going to do a couple of these and then I’m going to start thinking about painting the trees.”
Mr Hulster said he often had to create new landscapes from scratch, but this was the first time he’d ever painted a forest.
He said he’d never tried to recreate a native landscape before, but that after reading about how the birds were being used to help the environment, he wanted to use nature as a resource for people.
“The more I’ve painted, the more I realise how important nature is to our civilisation and how valuable we are to it,” he added.
“That’s why we need to work on conservation and to keep nature as natural as possible.”
In the US, landscape artists have used the animals in their works, such as the black bear cub and the Tasmanian devil, as models for landscape paintings.
“You can actually see the bear cub standing on its hind legs,” said the Tasmanians’ director of conservation, Matt Pannell, in a blog post.
“These animals are a symbol of nature’s beauty.
They’re not the objects that are used for the purpose of creating art, they are part wildlife.”
The concept of “wilderness painting” is a recent trend that began with artists like Peter Broussard, who used nature as an inspiration for landscapes.
He described it as a “sense of a place where the landscape is a blank canvas and where nature is not merely there but becomes the canvas.”
Mr Pannesons blog post says he was inspired by the wild landscapes of the Philippines and Thailand.
“If you are going out to see nature, don’t just go for the scenic view of the mountains and deserts, look for something different and that’s what the landscape art is about,” he wrote.
“There’s an element of being there and experiencing nature for yourself.”
The Tasmanian Devil, a female tiger, has been featured in artworks by the artist Peter Brossard.
The Tasmanians are trying to work out how to turn this into an annual event.
The artist has also used animals to create murals that depict the world’s natural resources.
“People have used animals as the backdrop for a lot of the work that we’re doing in Australia,” Mr Pinnell said.
A few years ago a landscape by the Australian artist Paul Gaudreau featured an elephant in the background, which he says “made it very clear” that he was using a tiger for the work.
Mr Pennell said that if people can’t see the animal, they can’t recognise its significance in the landscape.
“Some of the wildlife is just so amazing, they just aren’t seen,” he told The Agenda.
“So to take it out of the context and make it about the animal is a really important thing.”
He said it was also important to look at the landscape not as a piece of land but as a canvas that could be used for other work.
“For a landscape like a desert or a jungle, it can be very clear that there are all sorts of animals around and there’s some very interesting species that are out there,” he explained.
“What we’re really trying to do is make it a canvas for different kinds of work and for different audiences.”
A recent exhibition at Melbourne’s Art Gallery called Wild Landscape has featured works by landscape artists including Australian landscape painter Tom Huls, a native of the Great Barrier Reef.
“Wild landscape painting is something that I have wanted to do for quite a while, and this is the first big opportunity for me to really start making my mark,” Mr Huls said.
The Australian Landscape and Art Gallery of Australia has recently created a new exhibition, Wild Landscapes, highlighting the