Inspired by European and American woodland and coastal flowers my Floral Art and Design Collection turned out to be something of a a surprise.
I never imagined me doing floral art, but as it turns out, I absolutely love them. These designs are derived from photos shot over the course of many years.
Here the theme is gorgeous and bold. Definitely not wishy washy, the color schemes are carefully selected and not every flower makes the cut.
These wall art images and designs have their origins in many different places. You will find palms and elegant exotic Mediterranean plants from the gardens of Menorca, the incredible tulips of Keukenhof Gardens in the Netherlands, and the trees and woodland flowers of the Pine Barrens of New Jersey..
This hibiscus from the Mediterranean island of Menorca grows in a neighbor’s garden and blooms in the same spot year on year. I enjoy them in nature, but I also love them as motifs for dinnerware and home furnishings. It’s really a pleasure to bring these to life in a contemporary style that fits into the home.
This echinacea plant with yellow butterfly is actually a species very specific to the Mediterranean region. It’s common name is safranera de l’alfals and it lives in the countryside behind the sea up to an altitude of 2000 m.
This particular image has a special place in my heart. It is a photograph taken on a happy summer vacation in the La Garrotxa region of Catalonia, Spain, which perfectly fits the habitat described: in the mountains, behind the sea.
I love working with these images to transform them into something beautiful for surfaces of all kinds.
The nice thing about them is that they can be mixed up completely with all the other collections. Have fun with them, either as an entire theme together, or as accent pieces in the Country, Coastal or Urban Collections.