The Green Gallery lets you experience the wonderful world of flowers and plants as the source of inspiration for lovers of art, fashion, food, interiors, and design. They present five artistic interpretations of how to create illuminating bouquets by using dried flowers along with beautiful fresh flowers, creating inspiration from nature’s infinite beauty.
Illuminating Flowers Bouquets - Five Artistic Interpretations
You're about to feel enlightened by the magic of flowers upon seeing these five incredible artistic interpretations by The Green Gallery. Each and every floral work of art features bold and bright colors such as orange, fuchsia, hints of purple, turquoise-green, and pastel colors. Give your eyes a treat with these five incredible interpretations.
1. Guided by the Light
Floral designer Marte Gulli is very bold when it comes to flower sculptures. She's a master of the marvelous connection of creating between shining colors and sharp silhouettes.
2. Beaming Orchids
This is what we like to call floral art explored at its finest! This astounding creation mixes a strong color palette featuring tones of luscious lilac, bright pink, and burning orange to give it a very unique and creative touch. This is definitely a floral masterpiece created from the most exquisite flowers and one of the five artistic interpretations by The Green Gallery. Breathtaking right?
3. Brighten Up
These out-of-the-world roses by @_flowerwitch and @rowanspray embody the beauty of life and the colors that surround us every day. Rainbow flowers are known to brighten up any place, with a range of mesmerizing colors throughout the entire flower and these are no exception. One rose, brimming with all colors of the rainbow is simply a fairytale flower.
4. Monochrome Blooming
A jaw-dropping scenario that exposes radiant monochromatic mint carnations from Rosalie Villanueva along with a feathered-like floral arrangement in pastel pink colors. These types of floral arrangements have caused complete astonishment and amazement among spectators.
Bouquet by Rosalie Villanueva @flower_rzy
5. Electric Floraissance
The term Floraissance reverberates with eclectic undertones, evoking the Renaissance. In this original design by @deadflowersnyc, floral works, flowers, and electricity intertwine to get this bold, iridescent anthurium result by Deadflowersnyc.