floral art

If you’ve caught yourself dreaming of spring and feeling just a little confined

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(don’t feel guilty—it’s perfectly normal this time of year)

… the wondrously whimsical floral art of Seattle artist Bridget Beth Collins is certain to soothe your savage winter spirits.

And if your spring dreams haven’t yet sprung, beware.

This might just rattle the cage door:

Explore more of Bridget’s artwork on her website, FloraForager.com, where you can also purchase prints of her collages.

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  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    It is incredible what an artistic mind can vision and make. Bridget’s work is fascinating and beautiful!

  2. I wish I had known of her technique when I worked in a commercial flower and herb greenhouse. I would have had an endless supply of raw material to play with. She has a great sense of humor and so much imagination

  3. Krista says:

    What an imagination. It’s incredible that she can find images in simple everyday objects that many people just brush aside. Her work is very beautiful and really gets me excited for spring.

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