Flower collage art
offers a unique spin on traditional and contemporary flower art. Pieces in this popular category of art are detailed, intricate, and definitely eye-catching. Each give a fresh perspective, but all are focused on the central, beautiful theme of flowers.
Some artists prefer to keep their flower collage artwork
simple. Artists like Lanie Loreth and Paula Scaletta illustrate a single bloom against a neutral-colored backdrop, then add their own touches to make their pieces stand out from the crowd. In Loreth’s “Delicate Beauty in Blue II,” for example, Loreth captures the intricacy of a white baby’s breath blossom, then uses gray, brown, and blue rectangles of color as the background. Scaletta, in “Spring Dream II,” utilizes blue and brown as background colors, too. Instead of painting details, however, the artist depicts flowers as white silhouettes, then prints the flowers’ shadows behind them.