The Flowrosophy® Collection

Launched on Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Floriography in History

Throughout history, the flower has captivated mankind and has been an integral part of cultures around the world – from Cleopatra’s famous encounter with Antony on a bed of roses, to the Middle Ages use of flowers and herbs for their “magical properties”, to the Asian and Indian use of the lotus to represent both gods and the human soul.

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Monetishness Series

Monetishness - Reflections

Subject: Water Lilly Pond, Hawaii, 2010
Elizabeth's "Monetishness" series is a consideration of what Monet might do with contemporary media. In Reflections, the artist used her lens to capture the play of light and color on the water, then built upon that structure with impressionistic digital painting. It is light-play transformed into the physical. This piece invites personal meditation… not just on how we see nature, but also on how it reflects our own lives.




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Monetishness - Pink Bud

Subject: Water Lilly Pond, Hawaii, 2010
Elizabeth's "Monetishness" series is a consideration of what Monet might do with contemporary media. Pink Bud is symbolic of family and growth. Thinking about how much her granddaughters love pink, and if that might still be true when they grow up, Elizabeth was intrigued with the reflections of these healthy water lilies at various stages of their own cycle of life. 




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Monetishness - Coy Vortex




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