Floral Still Life - Orange-violet-arragement

Floral still life by Cornelia Weber

Enchantingly pretty! Even with a camera or cell phone camera, the blooming magic can be captured in the picture.

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Public Library Motorama
Munich Public Library

Flowers are something wonderful! The depiction of the flower in art looks back on a long tradition. Not everyone is as adept at handling brush and paint as the Old Masters, but even a camera or mobile phone camera can do a good job when it comes to capturing the blossoming magic in a picture. The Munich-based flower artist and photographer Cornelia Weber gives an insight into how she creates floral still lifes and captures them on camera so that the photographic image allows us to trace the beauty of the flowers long after they have faded.

Cornelia Weber worked for many years as a freelance photographer for German and international interior magazines. In 2019, she began growing the flowers she works with in her garden. The resulting closeness to the growth cycle of the plants and the deep satisfaction that comes when what has been sown flourishes have given her work new artistic impulses.


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