In a recent transatlantic collaboration on FLOWER magazine’s Instagram, Julio Freitas of The Flower Hat arranged flowers as British artist Jan Erika painted them. See the results.
To-die-for gorgeous florals fill the pages of a new book by the ceramics artist, gardener, and photographer who inspires us to find the creative within
Inspired by her garden, up-and-coming artist Alexis Walter sows the seeds for a bespoke home collection with the launch of her textile line, Maison
An Ojai, California–based floral designer creates sculptural arrangements that incorporate unique native materials and her husband’s arresting handcrafted ceramics
At her château in the bucolic French countryside, the artist paints sumptuous, extravagant works inspired by floral arrangements plucked from the gardens just beyond her window
With her floral-inspired “fossils,” Philadelphia artist Ronni Robinson has created a cultlike following with pieces that make time and nature stand still
Working with hand-cast resin, the Irish artist preserves foraged materials from nature in functional pieces for your home
Blurring the lines between traditional Chinese art and contemporary works, the artist found her medium with expressive brushstrokes and arresting compositions rooted in nature.
Children will bloom at home with fun printable activities illustrated by artists, backyard garden experiments, a floral design curriculum, and beginner embroidery lessons. Share with friends and family to occupy the kids.
If you are new to working from home, we are right there with you. These ideas from artists’ home studios spark our creativity as we finesse our own workstations.
Sculptor David Harber renders a graceful and enthralling creation for his installation garden at the Chelsea Flower Show
Painter William McLure discusses his rural roots, his favorite places to shop, and why he welcomes change