Designing to Win Gallery - Glass & Grass
Some of the Learnings Gained and Applied
- The addition of more obvious grass-like materials (Liriope) strengthens the interpretation.
- Good choice to redistribute materials to create better rhythm – especially the less central (bullseye) placement of the dominant circle.
- More obvious grass-like components – increases the quality of the interpretation.
About the Designer
I was selling flowers at local community markets and customers started asking me to do their wedding flowers and corporate flowers so I thought I really need to learn how to arrange flowers well. I studied and learnt from amazing passionate teachers at Sydney TAFE and have also had the privilege of studying with Gregor Lersch and Mark Pampling. Last year I took part in a sustainability challenge with Hitomi and Gregor and have switched over to a more sustainable approach in my business ‘Soul Design Pty Ltd’ and pleasure:) as part of this switch I also invest in learning basketry and weaving techniques. Loving the journey!
Become a Better Competitor
Improve your competing skills in a short, interactive course that challenges you to think - and work - under competition conditions.
Participate as a Designer - submitting two items for assessment and feedback, and become better at understanding and working to competition schedules.
Or participate as part of the Audience and gain insights that are normally gained only by competing.
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