In the Dancing Flowers Art Galleries you will find
framed artistic arrangements of preserved flowers and vines combined
with handmade papers and oriental brush painting.
The artist's skill and rare technique in preserving the
form of flowers, is complimented by the way she honors the integrity of
each flower, striving to retain its beauty and spirit. Her creations
are unique and call to all who hold dear the secret language of flowers
and to all who can hear their song and witness their dance.
What you will notice as you wander through the
galleries, is how
Judith's approach to her art speaks the name of her company - Dancing
Flowers. Her spirit is evident in the magical feel of these pieces,
always weaving the perfect flowers, vines, and brush strokes on
beautiful papers and fabrics.
Gallery 1 and Gallery 2 show the most exclusive and
breathtaking of the art coming from the Dancing Flowers studio. Gallery
1 has portrait shape pieces, while Gallery 2 has the landscape
Gallery 3 and Gallery 4 show art pieces that are graceful
and charming in a middle price range from $300 to $650. Gallery 3 shows
images in the portrait shape while Gallery 4 shows the landscape
Gallery 5 and Gallery 6 show that even in a lower price
range, $70 to $300 the art in from Dancing Flowers is captivating and a
welcome gift for yourself or someone, who enjoys the beauty of real
flowers. Gallery 5 holds the portrait shape images while Gallery 6
holds the landscape works.
Gallery 7 has a selection
longer panel pieces, several with a multitude of orchids. These longer
works are just the right accent for a stair well or narrow wall space.
Gallery 8 shows award
art. These specific pieces are not available for purchase but they can
be inspirational for a special order art work and are exquisite
examples of Dancing Flowers' preserved flower art.
Gallery 9 highlights
Judith's latest work. These pieces are the product of a collaboration
between Judith and her son, Adam, a perceptive nature photographer.
enhances Adam's images with a variety of dried flowers or other plant
adding subtle accents that bring the whole work to life. This
finding its way into notecards and framed images, several of which were
publicly exhibited in Chicago in 2006.
Special care has been taken to preserve the flowers and
turn them into an artistic creation that will speak to you through the
years. You in turn must be good to them. Proper care is essential to
continue their preservation and the lasting beauty and quality of your
art work. The guidelines provided below are particular to the Northeast
and Midwest, but can be modified for any climate. Some deterioration is
expected and unavoidable with art work that contains natural materials.
Copyright-purchase of original art work conveys ownership to the client
but does not transfer copyright of that art work.
- For pressed and sealed creations:
- No direct sunlight.
- No direct incandescent or florescent light.
- Keep out of excessive humidity.
Located in Chicago, Illinois, USA, Judith is a floral
and artist. She can be contacted by writing to email@example.com
or by phone at 312-475-0648.