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  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures6
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures7
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures5
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures4
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures1
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures3
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures2
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures

Pressed flowers sculptures of Ignacio Canales Aracil

Pressed flowers sculptures of Ignacio Canales Aracil. Spanish artist.
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The art of flower pressing dates back thousands of years; pressed flowers were reportedly discovered in a 3,000-year-old coffin of Tutankhamun’s mother in Egypt, and both Greek and Roman botanists were known to preserve plants using techniques that continue today. But Aracil’s method is a bit different, relying on large cone-shaped molds into which carefully woven patches of hand-picked flower stems are placed. The pieces dry for up to a month without the aid of adhesives and are sprayed with a light varnish to protect the sculpture from moisture. The final pieces, which could be crushed with even the slightest weight, are rigid enough to stand without support.

  • Amy Genser – Amarynthine Chartreuse / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – Amarynthine Chartreuse / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – grounded / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – River Run Too / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – East Coast Swell / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – Prince of Tides / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – we are water / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – amethyst migration_36x30x2.5 / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – portrait

Dimensional paper collages – Amy Genser

Dimensional paper collages – Amy Genser / Collages are built from layered, rolled, and cut paper that are adhered to painted surfaces.

Amy Genser plays with paper and paint to explore her obsession with texture, pattern, and color. Evocative of natural forms and organic processes, her work is simultaneously irregular and ordered. She uses paper as pigment and constructs her pieces by layering, cutting, rolling, and combining paper.

The natural world is a clear source for Amy’s work. She is fascinated by the flow of water, the shape of beehives, and the organic irregularity of plants, flowers, rock formations, barnacles, moss, and seaweed. Her pieces bring to mind aerial landscape views, satellite imagery, and biological cellular processes.

Amy’s love affair with paper began in a paper-making class at the Rhode Island School of Design, where she received a masters degree in Graphic Design. Amy lives in West Hartford, CT with her husband and three sons, and spends her summers on the beach in Rhode Island.

  • Fedor van der Valk – aerial garden deco
  • String gardens – fedor van der valk
  • String gardens – fedor van der valk
  • Fedor van der Valk – string gardens
  • Fedor van der Valk – aerial garden decoration
  • Fedor van der Valk – aerial garden decoration
  • String gardens – fedor van der valk
  • Fedor van der Valk – aerial garden decoration
  • Fedor van der Valk – aerial garden deco
  • Fedor van der Valk – aerial garden decoration
  • Fedor van der Valk – aerial garden deco
  • Fedor van der Valk – aerial garden deco
  • Fedor van der Valk  – hanging planters – string garden
  • Fedor van der Valk  – hanging planters – string garden
  • Fedor van der Valk  – hanging planters – string garden
  • Fedor van der Valk  – hanging planters – string garden
  • Fedor van der Valk  – hanging planters – string garden
  • Fedor van der Valk portrait  – hanging planters – string garden decorations

Aerial garden decoration by Fedor van der Valk and tutorial for

Aerial garden decoration by Fedor van der Valk
and tutorial for. Make your own :)

Fedor van der Valk - aerial garden decoration

Fedor van der Valk – aerial garden decoration

String gardens are simply hanging plants made of string.
Simple and elegant they are an understated green addition to any room or balcony.

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  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure effloresco 2010
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure Nepethese 2010
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure botanical
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure albiflora
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure 2011
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Botanical sculptures
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Botanical No 3
  • Leigh Michelson – sculptures

Organic sculptures of Leigh Taylor Mickelson

Organic sculptures of Leigh Taylor Mickelson (USA)

Leigh Taylor Mickelson - Lure albiflora

Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure albiflora

“My ceramic sculpture explores the different components of self, sexuality and family, and how these components relate and conflict with one another. I use forms from nature, especially ones found in plant life, as a means of expressing these components. Being full of dichotomy, the elements of natural forms act as a metaphor for the spiritual, emotional and physical extremes that exist within our selves, our love relationships and our family units. 

The Lure and Botanical Duet series give homage to one of the most recent inspirations for my work: a plant’s will to pollinate. For me, the private “business” of flowering plants reveals a world that mimics human interaction to a fascinating degree. In addition, the forms found inside plants, once magnified, divulge a beauty that is regrettably unseen by the naked eye. In my work, I aim to capture the essence of these organic forms, reveal their beauty, and hence celebrate nature’s will to attract and therefore produce.”


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