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STILL LIFE

 

Consists of the aesthetic grouping of plant material and inanimate objects.
Both may be of equal importance and plant material need not predominate.
May be traditional or contemporary.
Plant material may be used in any way to complement the other components.
Interest created by the use of different planes.
Space within the exhibit allows all components to be fully appreciated.
Several points of interest visually linked.
The harmonious integration of all components is essential.
An arrangement of plant material with accessories does not constitute a still life, it is rather almost the reverse, i.e. accessories/objects accentuated with placements of plant material. The emphasis is on PLACEMENTS OF PLANT MATERIAL NOT PLACEMENTS OF ARRANGED FLOWERS/PLANT MATERIAL.
 
 
  • See pages 38-39 Winter 2010 The Flower Arranger
  • See page 39 Autumn 1999 The Flower Arranger
  • See page 18 Winter 1999 The Flower Arranger
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    The above design from The Flower Arranger Autumn 1992 cannot be considered as a Still Life. Though the lantern is well-incorporated as an accessory or inanimate object, it is still an exhibit with an accessory. 
     






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