This art is called mixed bouquet.
Half of flowers are made by materials like plastic, paper, cotton and wood (for example)
and other half are real flowers. The aim of this art is to make the viewer think how it should be combined each material with the real flower.
This is one of common way to arrange an Ikebana arrangement.
The materials are not only made by natural, but also artificial.
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…
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.
Ikebana series #1: The flower painting contest held by the St. Lobelia’s school of Ikebana is what brought these two together for the first time, Ranma with her fragrance and Ukyo with her artistry. Now, they are asked to hold ikebana exhibits at a carnival, where they will be competing against each other once again! Both of them would like…
This ikebana was made from a single white gerbera. It is a relatively simple ikebana, but the long stem and the linear flowers give it a great volume not to mention how beautifully it’s detailed leaves show off against the backdrop of nature behind my window! It makes for a very elegant yet lush-feeling display. It has an almost 3D…