These mushroom drawing ideas and mushroom watercolor paintings make great references for artists.
Below you’ll find mushroom drawings for different art styles, mediums, and skill levels.
Simple Red and Yellow Mushroom
If you’re looking for a simple mushroom drawing reference, this red and yellow mushroom is great. This drawing was completed using markers, but watercolor would also be great.
In the caption, the artist states that “Just one cup of morel mushrooms has nearly half of the recommended daily value of iron and about a third of your daily dose of vitamin D.”
Cute Mushroom Painting
Isn’t this girly mushroom painting the cutest? Not only do I love the art style here, but the colors chosen go so well together.
Mushroom in a Jar
In this drawing, mushroom and plants connect to give each other life. Consider coloring your drawing in with vibrant colors.
Variety of Mushrooms and Plants
I love how this drawing features different types of mushrooms and also includes additional plants and fruits. This picture makes a great reference for drawing things in nature.
Here’s a poster featuring 23 species of medicinally significant mushrooms. These mushroom species have been used in traditional medicine for many years. Get the print from Hare Brush Inc.
How to Watercolor Paint a Mushroom
In this simple step-by-step tutorial, you’ll learn how to watercolor paint a mushroom. The tutorial even lets you know when to paint on wet and when to paint on dry.
Colored Pencil Mushrooms
The artist behind this piece uses colored pencils to create beautiful wildlife art. If you enjoy using colored pencils for your art, I know you’ll be impressed by these drawings.
Commonly known as the morel mushroom, the morchella esculenta is a species of fungus. Out of all of the edible mushrooms, the morel is most readily recognized and highly sought after.
Mushrooms and Toads
Here’s a creative drawing that features mushrooms and toad, mushrooms, and more. These characters are so fun to draw and also make cool tattoos.
Mushroom Watercolor Painting
Watercolor artist will enjoy recreating this simple mushroom watercolor painting. The watercolor paint was blended so well, giving this mushroom a realistic feel.
These mushroom were drawn as a part of a fall fungi challenge. Make drawing and painting fun by participating in monthly or seasonal challenges.
Morel with Moss
This morel mushroom is covered with a bit of moss, giving it a unique look. If you enjoy painting, it would be fun to put a watercolor twist on your own art piece.
This mushroom tutorial was actually done using gouache paint, which is similar to watercolor. For more gouache paintings, check out my post showcasing 18 Beautiful Gouache Paintings.
One Dozen Useful Fungi
Here’s a gorgeous art print that features one dozen useful fungi. As I’ve gotten more into exploring nature, I’ve found this printable to be so helpful. Get the printable from Twigs and Moth.
If you enjoy foraging mushroom, you’ll love this mushroom journal. This journal helps you keep track of the mushrooms you find in nature. Get the journal from Nature Walk Studio.
If you enjoy vintage art, you’ll love this poster that showcases a large variety of mushrooms and their scientific names (listed in French). Get the poster from BJM Vintage Art.
This easy drawing of a mushroom house is so fun to draw. Add color to your drawing using colored pencils, markers, or paint.
This drawing is the perfect autumn project. I love how the artist used real mushrooms as references to complete this piece.
The omphalotus olearius is commonly known as the jack-o’-lantern mushroom due to its orange color. This is actually a poisonous mushroom found in woodland areas in Europe.
Scarlet Elf Cup
Drawing different types of mushrooms is a great way to practice your drawing skills. This painting features the scarlet elf cup, jack-o’-lantern mushroom, and the shaggy ink cap.
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