Designing to Win Gallery - Glass & Grass
Some of the Learnings Gained and Applied
- The use of the large leaf works well as a contrast to the finer and smaller materials. Its colour relates to the grass, so works well, bringing dominance to an area without overtaking the impact and presence of the grass.
- Exposing the glass more
- Reducing the competition from larger/more dominant forms
- Reducing the variety of materials and colours so the glass and grass are more prominent.
- The result is a stronger impression than submission #1, with more clear decisions apparent.
About the Designer
I have been doing floral design for the past 30 years and during the covid pandemic I did a design everyday and had done online demonstrations. My passion for learning and arranging is becoming more of a lifestyle.
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