Jardine Hansen

I think of flower arranging like painting or sculpture, you have to consider form, balance, depth, movement, colour. But the best arrangements come together quickly and effortlessly and don’t feel too contrived.

Excerpt from “Barbara Hepworth. A Pictorial Autobiography” (1970), via Rika Magazine.

George Nakashima’s bathroom, penny tile patterns by his grandchildren, 1977.

Greta in her kitchen, 36 weeks. National Portrait Prize recipient, Alana Holmberg (2019)

From an evening shared in conversation, Lisa Madigan (2019)

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