Flower Goddess

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“Flower Goddess” is created with recycled plastic foil I collected for several months. The artwork is a wall sculpture and ready to hang.

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The artwork represents an abstract representation of a flower. I was deeply inspired by the biggest flower in the world, the Rafflesia arnoldii that is a rare flower found in the rainforests of Indonesia. The flower goes actually back to the age of the dinosaurs and is a very complex organism. To me she is the goddess of all flowers and extremely fascinating. She unfolds herself only for a very short time, only 6 to 7 days and her blooming is considered a rare sighting. My intention was to create a huge flower made of special materials that has a specific form and structure. I also wanted to give her a “face” to emphasize her character and mythical sprit. Also, by using plastic foil, I want to create something that lasts forever – or potentially for hundreds of years. This is a paradox because in Nature everything decays and has a cycle, however, we humans produce materials which last unnaturally long which contradicts the natural cycle of life and death.

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  • Store Name: Lena Snow
  • Vendor: Jana Sabrowski
  • Address: Carl-Maria-von-Weber-Straße 2
    76437 Rastatt
    Germany
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    About the artwork

  • Made in: 2020
  • Frame: no frame
  • Signature by: Lena Snow
  • Size: 150x150x30cm
  • Size in inch: 150x150x30cm

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The artwork represents an abstract representation of a flower. I was deeply inspired by the biggest flower in the world, the Rafflesia arnoldii that is a rare flower found in the rainforests of Indonesia. The flower goes actually back to the age of the dinosaurs and is a very complex organism. To me she is the goddess of all flowers and extremely fascinating. She unfolds herself only for a very short time, only 6 to 7 days and her blooming is considered a rare sighting. My intention was to create a huge flower made of special materials that has a specific form and structure. I also wanted to give her a “face” to emphasize her character and mythical sprit. Also, by using plastic foil, I want to create something that lasts forever – or potentially for hundreds of years. This is a paradox because in Nature everything decays and has a cycle, however, we humans produce materials which last unnaturally long which contradicts the natural cycle of life and death.

The artwork represents an abstract representation of a flower. I was deeply inspired by the biggest flower in the world, the Rafflesia arnoldii that is a rare flower found in the rainforests of Indonesia. The flower goes actually back to the age of the dinosaurs and is a very complex organism. To me she is the goddess of all flowers and extremely fascinating. She unfolds herself only for a very short time, only 6 to 7 days and her blooming is considered a rare sighting. My intention was to create a huge flower made of special materials that has a specific form and structure. I also wanted to give her a “face” to emphasize her character and mythical sprit. Also, by using plastic foil, I want to create something that lasts forever – or potentially for hundreds of years. This is a paradox because in Nature everything decays and has a cycle, however, we humans produce materials which last unnaturally long which contradicts the natural cycle of life and death.

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