We discovered Lucy Hunter when she used Façade Panel mural by Sidney Paul & Co. as the perfect backdrop to some of her fabulous floral and set photography as seen in the pictures below.
Sidney Paul & Co has always had a love for vintage, romantic Chateau, untouched for decades, they designed Façade Panel mural to emulate the aged plaster and stucco appearance of these interiors. Façade Panel wallpaper is ‘on the surface’ a very simple design however it is used to stunning effect by Lucy contrasting against her glorious flower displays. Lucy describes herself as a visual storyteller who is passionate about creating floral and garden art and capturing that sense of theatre with her camera around the world for events, Editorials, education and private clients.
Her work has a style that rings true to the British landscape and has a natural untouched quality to it. it harks back to the early 20th century. a time when The Bloomsbury Group were at their peak, the female form was considered the ultimate in grace and elegance and the British social attitude was quietly reserved.
‘Floral art, like any form of creativity is a means of expression. it is a way of creating something original that expresses itself to your audience’ – Ngoc Minh Ngo.
Immerse yourself in a few days of learning, away from the day to day business of work and re-inspire yourself for the floral year ahead. Lucy collaborates with other artists, designers and florists around the world and at home in the UK throughout the year to offer a creative floral masterclass inspired by the garden.
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