Painting with Petals

Painting with Petals

To most people, a tiger lily may be just a pretty blossom, but to Bridget Collins, the spots remind her of a cheetah, much like a fuzzy magnolia bud makes her think of a moth, and black elder leaves resemble crow’s feathers. Where others might see a weed growing in a sidewalk crack, she sees a potential component in a new work of art. Above: Bridget Collins creates endearing scenes, such as a solitary swan or a field of kites, using botanical bits and pieces found in her foraging excursions.

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