”Flowers are present everywhere and in all cultures. I encounter them in the Arabic artistry, in the patterns of the carpets and in the calligraphy, in the Japanese art that worship the nature and that I love so much, and not least in European classical painting and architecture where nature is always present.”
Ornamental settings with a hairy brocade fabric in black. An abstract weaving that - depending on the light setting – reminds of glittery luxurious faux fur.
Half faded flower finds its way to luxury prints and high-potential gladiolus turns to bold color explosions.