Wee Flowers

Berlin / Germany

The portraits of Wee Flowers can have the ability to take the viewer into an intoxicating daze. The characteristics of her art coming from her vibrant animated paintings that made with fine lines of her brush and are sometimes even contrasted with her heavy applications of black glitter. Wee Flowers’ works are featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, ‘UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect’. […]

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The portraits of Wee Flowers can have the ability to take the viewer into an intoxicating daze. The characteristics of her art coming from her vibrant animated paintings that made with fine lines of her brush and are sometimes even contrasted with her heavy applications of black glitter. Wee Flowers’ works are featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, ‘UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect’.

Her works mirror a momentary mood but also reflect a hidden sensuality. Her earliest inspirations came from her childhood growing up in and around the Swinging 60’s. She went on through her teenage years and the majestic 70’s around icons like Blondie and David Bowie.

Wee Flowers’ work flourishes through the emphasis of the personality of the portrayed individual through adding her own personal touches to her art, without compromising the subtle tones that can also be detected. The audience can also feel heartened and invigorated by being able to identifying and relate with their own beauty and also encouraging radiance. Wee Flowers‘ portraits present homage to the joy of life through a compilation of Rock ‘n’ Roll and poetry.

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