Suspension Cercle corde

Geneviève MATHIEU

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€200
In a 20 cm metal circle. A half resinated hemp rope, half covered with moss. A natural polasanto foliage stabilized while ...
  • Material : stabilized plants (maintenance free)
  • Color : pastel green
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Suspension Cercle corde

Geneviève MATHIEU

€200

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In a 20 cm metal circle. A half resinated hemp rope, half covered with moss. A natural polasanto foliage stabilized all in lightness.

  • Type precision : plant suspension
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : Diameter 20 cm
  • Suitable for outside use : No

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

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Preserved plants, flowers and foliage are 100% natural products. Vegetable stabilization is a unique, totally ecological process consisting of replacing the natural sap with a preservative. This substance, similar to sugar, is 100% biodegradable. Thanks to this natural preservation technique, stabilized plants and flowers retain their flexibility and natural freshness without any maintenance. They require no watering, no need for light, no special treatment. Stabilized, natural and sustainable plants are a solution for the future in terms of ecology and nature conservation.

Craftsman

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To make a plant sculpture, object, fresco, painting or tree: From wood, trunks, branches or other natural or stabilized plants Take inspiration from nature to sublimate the forms, textures, expression. And imagine, recreate, rebuild, revive. Point by point, end by end, piece by piece. If necessary, add leaves, shapes, mineral elements, ceramics, glass and crystal. Sand, polish, oil or varnish, sometimes metallize. To look, to transcend, to propose creations able to bring back parts of nature in an urban reality often dehumanized, ... but always having the concern to respect the initial harmony, the expectations and desires. To introduce into this universe a grain of fantasy, an improbable, recreated nature.