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This experimental airy flower arrangement was inspired by the Dutch and Flemish painters. In this artwork we tried to combine large scaled blooms along with the tiny flowers which was the distinguished feature of the Jacob de Gheyn’s works.

We paid attention to the airy fixing effect – it seems like the flowers are hanging in the air – giving the visitors the possibility to focus only on the art object.

 The outstanding feature of this work is the small newly constructed flower. Its peculiarity is the 120gr designer paper, that was shaped (also a little bit of magic and secret moves) into the twisted curved paper, which was possible due to our author technique.

Sana 2018