Illustration

Exquisite Portraits are “Drawn” with Carefully-Arranged Flowers


Sister Golden floral art

Dur­ing the win­ter, with­out fail, I dream of the flow­ers in spring. (There’s only so much gray I can take—especially in the con­crete jun­gle.) A woman (and mom) named Vicki—one half of the shop Sis­ter Gold­en—has cre­at­ed flo­ral art that’s the per­fect escape from the drea­ri­ness. Using suc­cu­lents, dried leaves, and fresh blooms, she arranges them into exquis­ite por­traits of women. One of her most pop­u­lar pieces fea­tures Fri­da Kahlo clev­er­ly drawn using stems and sticks. They’re a great sub­sti­tute for a pen or paint­brush!

These pieces, and more, are avail­able through the Sis­ter Gold­en shop.

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art

Sister Golden floral art