Abstract Flowers
Hands-On Workshop

Abstract Flowers

From the Renaissance to the paintings of Georgia O’ Keeffe and Andy Warhol, flowers have been a favourite theme for artists from all periods and movements.

In this workshop, we were inspired by the work of Sarah Illenberger, Freud’s Flowers, and we learnt different techniques of creating abstract flowers.

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Blossoms: Death
Hands-On Workshop

Blossoms: Death

Whilst we all admire plants when in bloom, garden designers and architects also embrace the decay of flowers: stems, seed pods and stalks add structure to the overall garden composition, regardless of their stage of life.

In this Hands-On Workshop we focused on colour, texture, form and structure. We observed a dried out flower bouquet. We drew our attention to the parts of flowers that make them look beautiful, even when dried out.

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Blossoms: Still Life
Hands-On Workshop

Blossoms: Still Life

Flowers play an important role in the world of gardening. In their early days they add colour, texture and smell, and they become vital nutritional elements for our gardens once they fade.

In this Hands-On Workshop we observed a flower bouquet from the first day it bloomed. We explored colour, texture, form and structure.

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