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by Jane Feldman Gross

eBook Afterlife Of Flowers download ISBN: 0762405708
Author: Jane Feldman Gross
Publisher: Running Press; First Edition edition (October 25, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 96
ePub: 1448 kb
Fb2: 1207 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Photography and Video

Afterlife Of Flowers Hardcover – October 25, 1999. by Jane Feldman Gross (Author). This isn't a how-to book, but the gorgeous photos do serve as a valuable guide to what some commonly found flowers will look like when pressed.

Afterlife Of Flowers Hardcover – October 25, 1999.

Afterlife Of Flowers book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. This breathtaking and evocative gift book exposes the fragile beauty.

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The afterlife of flowers. by. Gross, Janie Feldman. Pressed flower pictures. Philadelphia : Running Press Book Publishers. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Kahle/Austin Foundation.

The Afterlife of Flowers is not only for flower lovers. This book is incredible! The images are truly magnificent and unique. Janie Feldman Gross takes us into a new and refreshing world of natural beauty. It will open your mind to colors, textures, journal writing, the art of seeing AND the essence of life. The reader will, undoubtedly, walk away with a new appreciation for flowers and for the wonders of nature. She captures the beauty of flowers with her amazing images. Everyone should own a copy of this book. It makes a perfect gift! This book will transform the way you see nature's delights. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago.

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This breathtaking and evocative gift book exposes the fragile beauty of pressed, dried flowers, with individual blooms enlarged through a unique art technique that provides a new perspective on flowers and nature

This breathtaking and evocative gift book exposes the fragile beauty of pressed, dried flowers, with individual blooms enlarged through a unique art technique that provides a new perspective on flowers and nature. From daffodils to flowering dogwoods, these incredible shapes and exquisite colors show the beauty of their afterlives. All 80 images are accompanied by lyrical captions inspired by the author's moment of discovery. Also includes a glossary identifying each blossom by picture.

This breathtaking and evocative gift book exposes the fragile beauty of pressed, dried flowers, with individual blooms enlarged through a unique art technique that provides a new perspective on flowers and nature. From daffodils to flowering dogwoods, these incredible shapes and exquisite colors show the beauty of their afterlives. All 80 images are accompanied by lyrical captions inspired by the author's moment of discovery. Also includes a glossary identifying each blossom by picture.
Comments: (7)
Naril
This isn't a how-to book, but the gorgeous photos do serve as a valuable guide to what some commonly found flowers will look like when pressed. The book is comprised of enlarged photos and comments, ending with an id chart of smaller photos along with each flower's common name, actual width, and the page it was featured on.
If you like the look of pressed flowers, you might want to check out Laura Martin's Art and Craft of Pounding Flowers. Pounding an object's pigment onto fabric and paper creates beautiful and uniquely pressed flower like images. Very nice.
Soustil
OMG! What a Beautiful Book of Flowers
Invissibale
by far on of my favorite books for my hobby of flower pressing. So many idea's and a very easy read.
Funky
On Martha Stewart's show Feldman Gross talks about how she shows you how she to disect flower in some Japanese way to be able to press them better. She promises many tips on how to press flowers. In fact there isn't tip one in this book. So if you want an expensive book to lie on your coffe table, you might want this. But that's all it is good for. NO TIPS on pressing flowers in this rip off.
Book Trader Cafe that I bought it through is a good place. The book it's self was in great shape. It's Gross that mislead what it was about.
Yozshujinn
Not what I expected

I was looking for some instruction as well as beautiful pictures so I was disappointed. My fault maybe
AfinaS
Very nice pictures of dried flowers. Great detail and color in the photos. I like the variety of flowers that were chosen.
Monam
For most, the term "pressed flowers" conjures the shriveled and crumbling remains of faded prom corsages. Nothing could be more strikingly different from the pressed flora you'll encounter in THE AFTERLIFE OF FLOWERS. Creator Janie Feldman Gross invites us to a world where flowers reveal their remarkable and astonishing beauty...long after bloom. She guides us through a breathtaking collection of specimens -- most grown in her own garden -- each transformed by weight and time. Bringing her artist's eye to the task, Gross combines spectacular photographic images with her own spare and carefully placed commentary. The result is a visual ballet -- flowers partnered by prose. This is a book to be enjoyed for it uniqueness, its visual aesthetic and its underlying message; if we are patient and take the time to observe the world around us, there is unexpected beauty therein.
This book is a wonderful work of art, and a bit of philosophy about nature as well. From the colors, to the prose, to even the position of the flowers on each page, the author has brilliantly created a piece of inspiration. It is hard to imagine a better art book on the subject. Buy it for someone you love, or just buy it for yourself!