Deep-blue Delphinium and ethereal Gypsophila provided the floral components for Harriet Parry’s beautiful fabric and floral interpretation of Robert Edward Hughes’ evocative watercolor.
Flora Magazine loved Harriet Parry’s use of color, form, texture, proportion and background to create this original work, so we asked her how her work evolved.
Hear her whole story, how she developed this work, and how you can learn from the art of interpreting art in this issue of Flora Magazine!
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About the author
Flora Magazine is edited by Judith Blacklock, proprietor of the world-renowned Flower School in Knightsbridge, London.