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Flowers in domes

About this project

A composite fabric is stitched and manipulated to create flower structures which are then encased in domes of a variety of sizes. Some hold a large display of flowers, others just a single one.
Some domes are unique Victorian treasures where the shape and size decides the piece and will be a one-off sculpture. Commercially sourced domes home repeatable flower arrangements, but never identical.
These pieces give constant blooms to any room.

Pricing

£160 — £800

Keywords

handmade, craft flowers, interior sculpture, art for interiors, flowers, white art, craft, interior style, Dahlia, Victorian dome art

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Textiles
Single Dahlia in dome
Photographer: Yeshen Venema
Stitched fabric Dahlia on a metal wire in a small dome. Dimensions 10cmx19cm
Crocuses in dome
Photographer: Yeshen Venema
Stitched fabric Crocuses balance on metal wires in a large round dome. Dimensions 30cmx24cm
Dahlias in dome
Photographer: Yeshen Venema
Stitched fabric Dahlias both in bloom and bud are arranged on metal wires in a large Victorian dome 22cmx55cm

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