Floral art without flower / How to create an abstract objects
Nicole Kruimel-Rosselle / Floral art without flowers. How to create an abstract object.

This book gives insight in inspiration sources, methods for abstraction and creative thinking. It also offers techniques how to work abstract with unnatural materials. Workshop examples are added for extra inspiration.

Nicole Kruimel-Rosselle was born in Belgium (1947) and has lived in the Netherlands for over 40 years. She is a teacher of the Japanese Sogetsu School, a modern flower arranging art school that relies on classic ground rules and basic ideas. The rules, the choice of materials and containers are flexible. Own ideas and creativity are stimulated. Her artwork shows her experiences, impressions, ways of looking at the ever changing world. She uses creative thinking methods to deliver original and unique work. She creates indoor and outdoor abstract minimalistic objects, mainly with unnatural materials.

Nicole Kruimel-Rosselle, www.Nicolekruimel-ikebana.com

2012, ISBN 978-94-6203-137-1, paperback, full colour, 60 pagina’s.
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