Most artists choose a niche: Photographer. Landscape painter. Woodworker. Not Lisa Garness Mallory. Calling herself both a painter and a fine art photographer, Garness Mallory pioneered her own artistic process, which combines digital photography with textile and painting work. It can take from two weeks to a month to complete one piece. The result: Stunningly realistic images of nature that blur the lines between reality and drawing.
Before You Go: Get a behind-the-scenes look at how Garness Mallory's pieces come together in the video below.
—Image courtesy of Lisa Garness Mallory
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