I was living in a house in Kennebunk, Maine with a peony garden, and I just found the peony flower so beautiful. My daughter Colette has been asking me to get her a pet hamster—I sketched one instead. We encourage Sanctuary Seekers to join the conversation. I found that parallel really interesting, and took it from there. Please note that our community members deserve the same rights as you, and your comments may be responded to or disagreed with.
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Kari Herer – Botanical Illustrations – ArtPress Publishing
We raised ducks, watched monarchs hatch from their chrysalises under the kitchen table. Differences of opinion and open discussion are welcome, but comments that do not have a mature approach and content will be removed.
My dad was a seventh grade science teacher and we grew up with all kinds of animals in the house. One afternoon I was playing around with old woodcuts of bugs of all kinds.
The work of Kari Herer. | Flowers | Art, Flower art, Insect art
Photographers and painters also provide a great deal of inspiration. Summer is here and flowers are in full bloom and that is one of the many reasons we are so thrilled to be in the studio with fine art photographer, Kari Herer to learn more about the inspiration and process behind her floral photography and whimsical sketches. Modern Sanctuary reserves the right to delete comments containing profanity, personal attacks, hate speech or promoting a personal or unrelated business.
I have definitely been influenced by both of my parents. I make the pictures in my studio, which is basically just a garage with a heater.
I want to see the images get larger. I started putting flowers herr top of them to make wings, and I noticed that the shapes in the flower were just like the shapes in the bug. My mom was a really great illustrator. Please note that our community members deserve the same rights as you, and your comments may be responded to or disagreed with.
Please treat others the way you would like to be treated and be willing to take responsibility for the impact your words may have on others. I recently did a print of a woodpecker because one was pecking on our window for days.
I draw on my computer, print the image out, arrange flowers on top of the image, and photograph them together. These guidelines help us maintain a safe space and work toward our goal of building a community of respect and support for Sanctuary Seekers who want to nurture their Space.
My daughter Colette has been asking me to get her a pet hamster—I sketched one instead. I used to rely on natural light, but now I have to work at night when my kids are asleep. I found that parallel really interesting, and took it from there.
I want the viewer to look at the image and experience the same connection with these flowers that I felt photographing them. We encourage Sanctuary Seekers to join the conversation. I use toothpicks, tweezers, and a lot of micro movements to get the flowers to look compositionally correct.
I was living in a house in Kennebunk, Maine with a peony garden, and I just found the peony flower so beautiful. I started taking pictures of flowers after my daughter was born. Arranging the flowers is a tedious process.
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