Tag Archives: minimalism

New Experiments …Floral Friday

The very first Floral Friday ushers in 2021 with optimism for a good beginning this year. I selected three projects that evoke joy and clear vision. The unique containers draw the eye towards simple, clean arrangements. They are placed in … Continue reading

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Simplicity

The sky was a pure, turquoise blue except where the Sun ruled the eternal dome. A soybean field that spread out over several acres, completed the visual effects. A chorus of meadowlarks trilled to provide the soundtrack for the composition. … Continue reading

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Minimalist Metals …Floral Friday

In these uncertain times, minimalism has regained a foothold in our culture. Minimalism is popularly referred to as stark or stripped down to only the essentials. It is simplicity made manifest. This week, I used three simple, sturdy, metal containers … Continue reading

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Presque Minimaliste …Floral Friday

I’ve been contemplating a book about artistic Minimalism this week, enjoying the total simplicity of the style.  The illustrations are of artistic works with elements stripped down to only the bare essentials.  A perfect example is Yves Klein’s “Monochrome Painting” … Continue reading

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