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12 Artists Capturing the Beauty of the Fall Season in Their Artworks

ByJenevieve Kok
12 Artists Capturing the Beauty of the Fall Season in Their Artworks

Autumnal tints of Walden Pond by Tom Grill

With the end of Summer, a new palette fills the landscape with shades of red, yellow, orange, and brown. These warm shades are contrasted with a cool chill in the air, signalling the arrival of Fall. During this season, artists are often inspired by the warm hues that saturate leaves and trees. These artists capture the beauty of Fall in their paintings, photographs, and mixed media works whilst depicting change and the passage of time. Their striking and vibrant works are perfect for bringing that cosy Fall aesthetic into your space, capturing the essence of the season.  

Irina Zhunaeva

Irina Zhunaeva is an artist who has always been fascinated with realism and tradition which she believes is a powerful method of visual communication. Sometimes, her artworks begin as a reaction to something that has deeply impacted her in her surroundings. Other times, they start with an idea or concept that goes through a series of sketches before transforming into its final form. For the artist, watercolour is her favourite medium to use as she feels that it combines the personification of modernity in its mobility, speed, and freedom. In her works, Irina strives to show the harmony and beauty of the world, and capture the miracle of everyday life. Her main subject matter comprises fruits, vegetables, flowers, berries, and element of nature. 

Dominic Virtosu

Dominic Virtosu was born in Bucharest, Romania in 1983. In 2006, he completed his formal art education with a license in painting, in the class of renowned Romanian artist Florin Ciubotaru. He then went on the complete his Master's in 2013 with Professor Catalin Balescu at the Bucharest National University of Art. He also attended a semester as an Erasmus exchange student at the prestigious Hochschule fur Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig where he was guided by the style and colour of his professor, Annette Schroter. The artist's German education proved to be a significant point in his artistic journey which greatly influenced his work ethic and artistic practice. In Dominic's vibrant works,  he often draws inspiration from nature and the changing seasons around him. His paintings are a harmonious unification of vivid colour and subject matter to produce compelling images. His inspirations and artistic style manifest in striking depictions of his natural environment, which sometimes cross the boundaries of abstraction.  

Rachael Jablo

Rachael Jablo is an American photographer, collage, and installation artist based in Berlin. She works primarily with cameraless photography to delve into ideas about deconstruction, beauty, nature, and the body. Her three-dimensional works are made from collaged analogue c-print photograms of flower petals. Inspired by refracted growth, she deals with concepts of regeneration using the indexical language of botanical photograms and collage. In the darkroom, Rachel tears flowers apart that she has a personal connection with. She then breaks them down into petals and makes colour photograms of them. Cutting each print piece by piece, she follows the petal structures on the page. 

In 2013, she published her photography publication, "My days of losing words with Kehrer Verlag", which has been featured on Slate, Lenscratch, and NPR. Her work has been exhibited widely across the US, with solo exhibitions at George Lawson Gallery and UCLA in California. Her work has also been featured at the Museum für Photographie in Braunschweig, Germany, the Analogue Now! festival in Berlin, the Collagistas festival across Europe, SFCamerawork Gallery, and Brandeis University. 

Robert Pereira Hind

British artist Robert Pereira Hind's works combine elegance, luxury, and serenity. His cross-discipline technique of painting and photography translates into striking gold depictions of nature. His works are made by using acrylic paint and organic photographic pigment, which are layered onto gilded wooden backgrounds coated with shellac and art glazes. An important element of Robert's works is that each work will slowly oxidise and mature in appearance over the years. Its golden backgrounds will eventually take on a light which will display a very beautiful tarnish for over a period of ten to twenty years. Each piece will light up any environment as ambient light reflects from the works to give a warm look and feel.

Aleksandr Dubrovskyy

Aleksandr Dubrovskyy is an award-winning Ukrainian artist whose works have been extensively exhibited on a national level, as well as in Algeria, Italy, Germany, Turkey, Japan, Russia, France, the United Kingdom, Poland, and India. Inspired by nature, he pours his joy and the emotional delight he feels when observing the natural environment around him. His works demonstrate the interaction of his creative composition and a thoughtfully crafted colour palette. The artist's passion for natural beauty is visible in his work as he perfectly transforms familiar views into spectacular interpretations of warm colours, a sense of depth, and a raw emotional impact.

Diana Malivani

Diana Malivani paints with a focus on depicting the beauty of nature through bright and bold colours. The Cyprus-based artist paints works that reflect her soul and love for music and nature. Her artistic oeuvre is characterised by a variety of thematic areas such as flowers and still life, gardens and landscapes, animal and birds, abstract paintings, portraits and genre scenes, and religious subject matter. The dominant themes of the artist's works include flowers, gardens, and landscapes. Through her vibrant floral creations, impressionist landscapes, and abstract compositions, Diana strives to share these feelings with others and part of her soul. For the artist, landscapes represent an inexhaustible source of inspiration. A principal goal of artists depicting landscapes is to convey the music of nature. Diana believes that landscapes created on canvas should awaken the soul of the viewer with the desire not only to participate in the subject of the painting but also to hear the music of the landscape.

Hisahiro Fukasawa

Hailing from Nagano Prefecture in Japan, Hisahiro Fukasawa is strongly influenced by traditional Japanese paintings of flowers and birds – specifically, the works from the Muromachi Period (1336-1573) and the Edo Period (1603-1868). He combines his fascination with traditional premodern art techniques with his contemporary background in graphic design to create unique pieces that harmoniously blend the past and present to capture the essence of "Japaneseness". 

Viet Ha Tran

Based in Madrid, Viet Ha Tran is a Vietnamese artist and photographer who started her artistic career in 2013 with fine art photography and then ventured into abstract paintings five years later. Her works are packed with colour and a vibrant palette capturing a diferent perspective of nature. Both sophisticated and visually captivating, the artist aims to paint not only an impressionistic image into the imagination of the viewers but also to increase public awareness of protecting the environment and green living spaces. 

Yeachin Tsai

New York-based artist Yeachin Tsai received her BFA at the National Taiwan Normal University and her MFA at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. She is known for her rhythmic forms and decisive brush marks, influenced by Chinese calligraphy and the dynamics of Chinese painting. She paints with layered ink, acrylic, and oil paint on paper, canvas, wood, and fabric. Yeachin generates tension with the intimate scale of the smaller paintings and their colossal internal energy. Her large works use strong brushwork to draw the viewer in and then explode joyously with energetic colour. Her subjects cover both the seen (objects, patterns, symbols) and the unseen (force, emotion, momentum).

Max Yaskin

Mas Yaskin lives and works in Pattaya, Thailand. He worked in the field of marketing and management before making the switch to become a full-time artist, devoting himself to the search and creation of art objects, design, and creativity. As an abstract artist, he is constantly searching for new techniques, colours, and materials. He enjoys experimenting with different combinations of colours and textures and aims to achieve harmony and balance in his artworks. Max takes inspiration from the world, nature, and the cosmos. 

Ivana Olbricht

Ivana Olbricht is an established internationally collected abstract artist born in 1978 in Slovakia. She is well known mainly for her bold statement artworks, and her striking artworks focus on expressive abstraction and clean minimalism. The artist utilises techniques of layering and the spontaneous application of colour. Her emotive artworks are full of details, texture, movement, and dynamism. Not only do her works give a viewer a memorable visual experience, but they also convey positivity through her bright colour palette.

Nick Psomiadis

Australian artist Nick Psomiadis has been taking photographs since 1986 after having purchased his very first SLR film camera the Zenit 12xp. Dubbed the Russian Tank, this Soviet-built camera was as heavy as a brick, nevertheless, it provided Nick with a view of the world and a creative perspective through the lens. Since then, photography has always been a part of his life. He would bring his camera out with him wherever he went, and he was always looking for an opportunity to capture his experiences. In the summer of 2011, the artist made a decision to turn his passion into a profession by successfully setting up a studio to begin fine art giclee printing. Since then, he has actively captured his adventures around the world from Kangaroo Island and Macdonnell Ranges in Australia, Antelope Canyon in Arizona, and Yosemite National Park in California to Reynisdrangar and Jökulsárlón in Iceland. 

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