Laura Garcia Serventi is a multmedia artist who creates animations, collages, set designs and: eye catching botanical portraits that you wish were real. So many shades of green, blended with dots and details.. so beautiful! Laura creates her paintings from her brand Art and People, which has a purpose to bring art to homes at affordable prices. You can find all the works below available on print in her online shop.
Remember when I wrote about the beautiful embroidery of Albany based artist Sarah Benning? Well, I’ve seen so many amazing new creations appear on her site since then. Every time I check, her work grows more detailed, more complex and more beautiful. I guess hard work and dedication really does pay off!
Paper poetry maker Tara Galuska (who I wrote about a while back) has a lovely collection of teeny tiny paper plants available for purchase at Buy Some Damn Art. One of these pretty little greens can be framed & shipped to your doorstep for the very fair price of $125. Pretty good deal! Read more about it here.
Planters you can wear? Yes please! Colleen Jordan’s beautiful handcrafted, teeny tiny vases are a treat for all the green thumbs out there. Her Wearable Planters can be worn as pins, necklaces, applied to bicycles (which is very interesting for us bike-loving Dutchies) and are designed to be adorned with a little green.
Oh boy, I love everything about these rich & colorful paintings by Australian artist Elizabeth Barnett. They make me want to buy a dozen o plants to fill my room with and get cosy in between them with some tea and a good book.
Elizabeth’s works are frequently exhibited throughout Australia and she is represented by Art Shop and Gallery in Abergavenny, Wales. She has a beautiful large portfolio of works so make sure to give her site a visit for more!
Cool planters are a thing right now. Browse the web and you will find many cute crafty pots to store your leaved friends in. Like these delightful animal ceramics by Minky Moo. Want!
Minky Moo Ceramics is run by Esther, a full time artist who gets most of her inspiration from nature. Her items are handcrafted from her home and in a local studio near Sydney, Australia.