Flowers in Print

Flowers in Print

The beauty of flowers has been admired by artists throughout the ages, and they remain a source of inspiration to this day. From the vibrant rose to the delicate petals of a daffodil, flowers have been celebrated in art for centuries, and we are celebrating the beauty and symbolism of flowers in print with our Flowers in Print blog post!

(Artworks by Jade Holly Design, printed by us)

"…in a way—nobody sees a flower—really—it is so small—we haven’t time—and to see takes time like to have a friend takes time." - Georgia O'Keeffe

(Illustration by Co Director Julia Gash)

At our studio, we have been printing stunning floral artwork from talented artists and illustrators from around the UK. From delicate watercolors to bold and vibrant designs, each piece captures the essence of nature's beauty in its own unique way.

(Artwork by Amy Grimes, printed by us)

Last week's #floralfriday social media post highlighted the work of the iconic Georgia O'Keeffe. Her close-up flower paintings, such as her famous "Black Iris" and "Red Canna," symbolize femininity, softness, love, and sexuality. Her art reminds us of the power of nature and how it can inspire us in so many ways.

(Black Iris & Red Canna by Georgia O'Keeffe)

For centuries, botanists have relied on the work of artists to accurately document and illustrate the plants and flowers we know today. These observations that were used for science, really allow you to appreciate the beauty in the detail and skill of the artist’s work. 

(Fritillaria imperialis (Crown Imperial Lily) by Alexander Marshal)

As we continue to explore the world of florals, we invite you to share your favorite flower-inspired artworks with us. Whether it's your own artwork or a piece by an artist that you hold close to your heart, we would love to know!

(Artwork by Keren Parmley, printed by us)

And as for next month's theme, we'll give you a clue: think sand, tides, and shores. We can't wait to explore the beauty of our world and share more stunning artworks with you. In the meantime, keep an eye out for our next 'floralfriday' post and let's keep celebrating the beauty of nature and all its wonders.

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