Design and Depth in Flower Arrangement
How to select the design contour, build the form, choose plant materials, containers and accessories, and use color, texture, and lighting to build three dimensions. Photographs and drawings.
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INTRODUCTION TO DEPTH
SELECTING A SKELETON CONTOUR
ADDING 3D BODY TO THE FRAME
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accessory achieve attraction background balance by placement beauty billbergia bird bloom blue branch bright carries the eye center of interest character color composition cones container contrast convey cool hues deep space defined depth perception diagonal Diagram dieffenbachia direct the eye distance dominant dunewood edges effect emphasize example fabric figurine flat floral flower arrangement foliage foreground form follows function fourth dimension frame front give gladiolus grayed ground heliconia horizontal hosta illusion important inner modeling leaf leaves light values lyptus madonna mass areas ment mobile-arrangement move movement natural niche overlapping painted pattern perspective Photographer placed plane plant material Plate 12 Plate 27 pleasing proportion principle of dominance rear receding recess relation relationship repetition rhubarb rhythm rhythmic sculptural quality shadow shape shell side lighting silhouette solid sorbing spider lilies structure surface texture theme third dimension three-dimensional tion tone tree units unity variety violet visual voids wall warm wood yellow