tomorrow we’re featuring the sculptures of philadelphia artist ronni nicole robinson over at furbish. we discovered her on instagram, and it didn’t take a minute for us to realize she had something really special going on with her ‘floral fossils’ — these intricate little odes to the delicate flowers she collects, captured in other-worldly casts. ronni describes her intent with her work:
i’m so glad we’ve added ronni to our roster of talented artists – her ethereal works capture something innate in all of us — in each of the flowers, and in the observer. a call to look deeper, last longer. stay in the minute, dig in. the sculptures prove the importance of a moment, to stop and realize growth, death, and the steps in between.
whelp, i’m pretty much ready for a beret and a booth at art basel with that description – don’t know where that came from. i really like ronni’s work – make sure to check out her website (it’s so good-looking and well done, especially the journal. also check out her house tour on designsponge – it’s very inspiring to see where she works, and how she lives with flowers, and her art. her new collection of works will go live on furbish tomorrow, at 12pm est.