Artist Bridget Beth Collins Creates Her Artwork With Natural Materials She Finds

 

Most artists chose mediums such as paints, pencils or clay to work with, but a true artist realizes that anything can become art. Seattle-based artist, Bridget Beth Collins uses materials from the natural world around her to create her beautiful pieces. Collins' artwork is made up of items such as flower petals leaves and twigs. She forages almost all the materials for her creations from her garden, sidewalks and nearby meadows. What's perhaps even more beautiful about her works of art is that they're only fleeting, just like the blooms from which they're made. However, if you like Collins' work, you can buy prints of her creations. 

Website: Flora Forager

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 

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Bridget Beth Collins

 


These pieces have a wonderful magical feel to them. It's lovely to see someone using natural materials in such a creative way.