made of flowers and leaves
The technique used for this wreath is “Ikebana” also known as flower arrangement. Also, the one used here is a combination of “Shin-you-sen” (traditional style) and “Kado 1.1” (Japanese modern way). I always try to mix all kind of styles when I do Ikebana . Otherwise, it is just too monotonous. I have been studying Ikebana from Ms.Yuko Watanabe a number of years ago and since then I had a great appreciation for her works.
PALM FROND OCEAN OIL on Mangowood This Photorealistic painting transports you to a serene natural setting where the ocean and a palm frond frame a picturesque landscape. The piece features the Palm fronds in the foreground with a beautiful blue ocean as viewed from shore, which acts as the backdrop.
TURMERIC WATERCOLOR ON PAPER This Photorealistic watercolor of turmeric, has bright hues of reds and pink. The crimson and rose colors make this painting look like a sunset at a botanical garden. The vibrant color scheme is perfect for an entryway or bedroom, because it will instantly lift your mood.
The white paper used in this drawing reminds me of the cleanliness and purity of snow, which brings back memories of when I was a child. As much as I love Ikebana in traditional Japan, I also like Ikebana in Europe or other parts of the world that have a different taste. The beauty of flowers does not depend on…
are taking the world by storm. The tattoos use real objects like flowers, insects and other natural elements that are painstakingly copied onto people’s skin. Uniqueness is an understatement when it comes to this inking style, as they can take a lifetime to create due to their complicated nature – just look at the attention to detail! The artists behind…