A Painting Made of Real Flowers

Have you ever seen a ‘painting’ made not of paint, but composed entirely of flowers?

Isn’t it beautiful?

I saw this ‘painting’ a couple of years ago when my husband and I were visiting Las Vegas.  It was located in the Bellagio.

I just had to know what types of flowers they used to create this ‘painting’.

The snow-capped mountains were made of Sea Lavender and Baby’s Breath.

In the foreground Celosia and green moss create the other parts of this painting.

I love how they used a small branch from a Boxwood to create a tree.

Blue and white Hydrangeas along with Baby’s Breath made the partly cloudy sky.

Coral Carnations and unopened Eucalyptus seeds created the pathways with green in-between.

The original painting was off to the side so that we could compare the similarities and differences between the two.

I think that I like the painting made from flowers better…

How about you?

Which one is your favorite?

  1. Deborah says

    By far, I like the painting made from flowers also! For its eye-popping color and creativity. Though I question how one can keep
    and preserve such a piece of art like this, over time?!

    • Noelle says

      Hello Deborah,

      The flowers are replaced when they start to fade. So, the ‘painting’ lasts indefinitely.

      It is beautiful, but high-maintenance :-)

      Noelle

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