Yoshihiro Suda Uses Wood to Make Life-Like Floral Art

By: Peter Vallas - Published: Jun 2, 2011 • References: damelioterras & wewastetime.wordpress
Yoshihiro Suda is a Japanese artist who has been perfecting his craft for decades. After graduating in 1992, Suda has become an expert at intricately replicating real-life objects into works of art.

Yoshihiro Suda specializes in floral artworks that he creates using just wood and paint. At first glance, the sculptures seem almost completely real. Suda’s floral art is almost impossible to replicate as he is able to shape even the most miniscule fibers of food needed.

His floral arrangements have been showcased in galleries all over the world and Suda plans to never stop making his one-of-a-kind wooden sculptures. To really see the detail of his work though, you have to see the exhibitions in person. Stats for Fantastic Floral Recreations Trending: Older & Chilly
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