I am back with the second piece from my series of densely packed 12cm*12cm floral tile, this time with quilled anemones (Anemone Hupehensis) and geranium “Wargrave Pink”. Inspiration came directly from the garden, where from weeks on end superb white and pink anemones kept on blooming. For the geranium leaves I plucked the real ones from the plant, drew their contour and then carefully cut each of them.
Quilled Peony, Mock-orange and Hydrangea – Floral Tile I.
I cannot believe it’s been over one year since the last time I wrote here! How I’ve missed my little blog! 🙂 I was really looking forward to start again sharing my work and I promised myself that this time I am here to stay. I’m gonna kick off the new year with a project I actually started last spring, a densely packed 12cm*12cm floral tile with quilled peony, mock-orange and hydrangea.
Floral Tile I – Quilled Peony, Mock-orange and Hydrangea
I kept waiting for a sunny day so I can take a few photos of my latest project and apparently today was my lucky day. Nothing new, just some old ideas in a new presentation: quilled daisies and rose hip arranged in a semicircle.
Quilled Daisies and Rose Hip with a Bee
The diameter of one daisy is 4cm and the outer diameter of the semicircle is approximately 17 cm. The entire composition is glued to a 23cm * 23cm panel. I’ve painted the background with acrylics and I will frame the arrangement in a 25cm * 25cm shadowbox frame. Continue reading →