Larisa Thaney's Profile
The pictures that you are looking at are not painting or photographs. These compositions are made of real dried leaves, flowers, plants and tree bark. The drying process is based on special technique that preserves natural colors and shapes of material used in art works. The artist uses watercolors on the ground, cornhusk or colored paper and every piece is hand placed with glue. Much is done with tweezers and magnifying glass. All pictures are three-dimensional and every picture is unique, as no two pictures are the same. It is not possible to make prints or copies that closely reproduce the look of the originals. All pictures are made by Larisa Thaney in her studio located in San Diego. Every single work is full of harmony, warmth and deep vision of life.
This form of art (Oshibana) has been around of over…
- Born on December 5
- Joined January 7, 2009