Living room ready and sure to spice up any home, these exquisite floral pieces by talented artist Anne Ten Donkelaar are made to bring out the child within. The flower constructions made from cutouts of flower pictures and pressed flowers look like natural origami installments, and literally pop off the page.
An artist who is inspired by the natural world, Donkelaar uses flowers to tie the outside world in. She also uses broken butterfly wings, as well as tree fragments and dirt, to decorate her pieces. The Amsterdam native's art is not limited to framed pieces; she dabbles in the worlds of purses, jewelry and other home accessories like decorative pillows and intricate duvet designs.
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