floral designing is three-dimensional art which expresses creativity and imagination.
Florists you surely already know that you are an artist, though following these basic elements: Balance, Proportion and Rhythm, some flower designers and flower enthusiasts have put their talent to work and are being recognized for their amazing works in the floristry industry.
Flowers, as we know, are nature’s miracle and provide the perfect art medium, with beautiful colors and textures to create the most magnificent color pallet. It’s no wonder some flower designers and artists are taking a step out of the box and looking at flowers in a whole new way.
In this blog, we want to share how florists and flower enthusiasts are taking flower arranging in floristry by storm with their creativity and superb technique.
Flowers In The Trash
Amazing how flowers in a New York City trash can actually make this trash can look so gorgeous like we always said flowers are simply powerful.
Equally as amazing is how much recognition floral designer Lewis Miller received for his exquisite floral art displays throughout New York City. We love Lewis Miller for showcasing his floral designing talents and adding awareness on the powerful impact flowers have in any surrounding.
Lavish Floral Arches
It certainly was no easy task finding our showcase image for Putnam & Putnam (Darroch and Michael Putnam). Their floral works of art are simply amazing and inspirational.
Floral Design Elements
Sarah Winward has really taken the floral design elements to a whole new level. Her floral arrangements are breathtaking with perfect balance, proportion, and rhythm. Looking at her floral works will surely evoke feelings of serenity.
Modern Floral Architecture
Stef Adriaenssens has been captivating Europe with his masterful modern architectural floral displays. His technique for balance and clean line design with lots of touches of the unexpected is beyond perfection. Simply amazing!
Floral Portrait Design
If you have not heard of Justina Blakeney you are in for a real treat. Justina Blakeney has gained recognition for her incredible works of art, the one being #Facethefoliage. We love the use of leaves, stems and flowers in these whimsical works of art. We also equally love the new found use of florals and plants which inspire followers to look at flowers in a whole new way.
There are so many floral designers and floral enthusiasts who are creating a buzz in the floristry industry. We certainly could not feature all in this blog, however, we will continue with this series of blogs a few times a year to offer recognition and thanks for all the inspiration.
Florists we would love to hear your feedback and questions. Do you have a favorite flower art artist? please share in the comments sections below.
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