This artist won’t mind a bit if you step all over his work. In fact, he strongly encourages it.
Paulette Tavormina uses flowers, fruit, and other objects to create photographs that are as evocative and beautiful as the 17th-century Dutch paintings that inspire them
Frances Schultz shares her personal journey of self-discovery through the restoration of her East Hampton cottage. In this excerpt Schultz reflects on a favorite room that perennially retains its gardeny flair with ever-changing furniture and fabric
In style throughout history, this age-old form has us looking to the past for outdoor inspiration
Artists use X-ray technology to showcase botanicals, proving flowers are more than just pretty faces
From sterling to pewter and stainless, metallic flower vases in a silver palette keep their cool and show off flowers to their best advantage
The influential 20th-century designer Tony Duquette brought life to everything he touched with an artistic vision that transformed objects, rooms, and gardens into fanciful interpretations of the natural world
Inspired by botanical drawings of centuries past, Moore takes the flower on a more graphic path in painting that creates a modern portrait of the blossom
Horst P. Horst, one of the most iconic photographers in history, shot not only portraits, but nature—patterns in nature, to be exact
This Atlanta-based botanical illustrator talks with flower about his travels with National Geographic and how they have influenced his work.
Frances Palmer, the woman behind the wheel of her eponymous pottery line, crafts more than just clay. Her dahlia garden is another creative example of her artistic hand at work
London artist Rebecca Louise Law’s artful still lifes and fanciful, vertigo-inducing installations transform thousands of blooms into cascading chandeliers and skies bursting with flowers