Color Botanicals - Chrysanthemum
Color Botanicals - Hosta
Color Botanicals - Magnolia
Color Botanicals - Two Tulips I
Purple-Datura
Stokesia-I
Color Botanicals - White Tree Peony
Color Botanicals - Anemone
Color Botanicals - Daffodil
Daffodil-Bud
Color Botanicals - Hydrangea
Ornamental-Oregano
Color Botanicals - Strobilanthes
Color Botanicals - White Callas Lilies
Color Botanicals - Yellow Tulip with Buds
Color Botanicals - Two Tulips IV
Color Botanicals- Succulent I
Color Botanicals - White Rose III
Color Botanicals - Datura
Color Botanicals - Ostrich Fern

The Beauty of Plants

Plants have universal appeal.  Living in an environment rich with botanical life, humans developed a close relationship with the surrounding vegetation, whose nutritional wealth and diversity enabled mankind to thrive.  As cultures emerged, people began to perceive and celebrate floral beauty.  This aesthetic became a focus for artistic and social expression.  We are fortunate to have eyes and intellect that can interpret form and color in ways that engage our emotions.

Patterns In Nature

A visual exploration of the relationships of patterns in flowers with other forms and structures seen in the physical and natural world. Watch the Video >>

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Patterns in Nature

A visual exploration of the relationships of patterns in flowers with other forms and structures seen in the physical and natural world.