Floral Design as Art

Floral Design is both a decorative craft and a creative art form. In this section we explore advanced floral design as art. While there is no single definition of “art”, to be considered floral art, floral design must be highly creative, original and emotionally link the designer and the viewer.

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A floral purse is easy to construct using aspidistra leaves and a daisy, felt for the lining, and beaded wire for the handle.

Floral Art Purse

Many Floral Designers / Artists have discovered the joy of creating and carrying floral purses. They are very easy to construct and you will be amazed at the compliments that you receive. In this video clip Leanne demonstrates the creation of a floral purse using a simple coffee can. Enjoy!

A floral art shoe is beautiful and fun to create using an old shoe and covering it in flowers and foliages like feverfew, lily grass, galax leaves, hypericum berries, and moss.

Floral Art Shoes

Floral art shoes are not only beautiful they are great fun to create. Combine an old shoe with flowers and foliages; add imagination and creativity and you have a beautiful piece of floral art. In this video clip Leanne creates a pair of unique floral art shoes.

Floral Design as Art can be as simple as complementing existing paintings, photography and sculpture with appropriate flowers and floral design such as these beautiful framed pieces created with anthuriums.

Framed Flowers

Floral Design as Art can be as simple as complementing existing paintings, photography and sculpture with appropriate flowers and floral design. In this demonstration we explore the techniques for placing fresh flowers in art frames.

Beargrass and its blooms placed into a unique base made of wood serve as the perfect materials for an artistic floral design.

Beargrass

Most floral designers are familiar with the foliage of Beargrass, but few have worked with or even seen the blossom. A member of the lily family Beargrass has a dramatic and highly fragrant blossom. It is not grown commercially and only occasionally harvested from the sub-alpine areas of the Pacific Northwest. The Beargrass blossom combined with its’ foliage and a piece of weathered forest wood combine to make a beautiful design.