flower art & design (round up)

posted by the scholar on May 9th, 2008
filed under: art, clay, design, home accessories, illustration, paintings, paper, photography

flower power is on its way, but hasn’t arrived quite yet. here are a few selections to whet your whistle before the genuine articles arrive…


sweet little ceramic dishes from leesa brinkley


poppies on blue painting by rachel austin


sterling and vintage glass pendant from anne holman


the hint of light and mystic river by blue citrus art


enamel flower rings from sarah hood


calla chair from william sawaya


sunflowers pendant lamp from paper cloud


these are for you and white love birds prints from yumi yumi


flowered chair painting by mercers daughter


cherry blossoms crochet cuff from irregular expressions


flower blend oval rug by emma gardner


red mum and in the orange blossoms 2 prints by hadley hutton


letterpress correspondence cards by pressure


felted messenger bag from daisynyc

angie_burr_bloom_1_and_2 paintings

bloom one and two encaustic paintings from angie burr for her effie girly finery


butterfly garden and hummingbird garden goccos from treetop studio


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6 Responses to “flower art & design (round up)”

  1. sosser Says:

    so much floral goodness, dear scholar! a grand round up. i can’t begin to choose a favorite… i’ll take one of each 🙂

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi sosser,

    so glad you enjoy it too! i agree — it’s hard to choose a favorite!

  3. michelle white Says:

    ooh, I hadn’t stopped by in a bit… what fun to catch up on all of the beautiful clever creations… this post has me completely in love with the little paintings in particular… I’m so glad you’re constantly turning us on to new wonderful artists!

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi michelle,

    glad you came over and saw a few things you like! i liked your yellow canaries by the way! 🙂

  5. angie Says:

    thanks so much for including my little paintings! what a delightful blog you have!

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi angie,

    i think your work is terrific, and you are very welcome! 🙂

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