studio flowers: botanical rainbow

A ceramic bud vase of red begonia flowers sits on a stack of metal boxes, next to a jewelry stand with Wraptillion's modern Tripled Rainbow Earrings, Alternating Rainbow Earrings, and Cascading Rainbow Earrings. Another ceramic bud vase with bluebells, poppies, fringe flowers, and euphorbia sits nearby in a studio.

My latest modern botanical photo shoot might be done, but I’m still enjoying this rainbow of flowers in my studio! They aren’t quite as visually satisfying tucked into a couple of bud vases as they were spread out into a spectrum all over my workspace, but they’re still beautiful! Here’s another view of the Cascading Rainbow Earrings, Alternating Rainbow Earrings, and Tripled Rainbow Earrings from Wraptillion’s Industrial Glass Rainbows modern jewelry collection too.

A ceramic bud vase of red begonia flowers sits on a metal box, next to a jewelry stand with Wraptillion's modern Tripled Rainbow Earrings and Alternating Rainbow Earrings, in a studio.
Coral red begonias with Wraptillion’s Tripled Rainbow Earrings and Alternating Rainbow Earrings.
A jewelry stand with Wraptillion's modern Cascading Rainbow Earrings sits on a stack of metal boxes, next to a ceramic bud vase with bluebells, poppies, fringe flowers, and euphorbia in a studio.
Wraptillion’s Cascading Rainbows Earrings with orange and yellow poppies, lime green euphorbia and fringe flowers, bluebells, and dark purple columbines.

Wondering where these flowers come from? Most come from scavenging around in my garden, looking for beauty wherever I can find it. That’s why my studio flowers change with the seasons (and why you might see bug-bitten leaves here and there!) They’re not about perfection; they’re about finding beauty where I can.

4 photos compiled together: orange and cream California poppies against a cedar fence; lemon yellow Welsh poppies against a cedar fence; lime green euphorbia against a brick chimney; dark purple columbine against a steel planter. Text on image reads: "find beauty".
Orange and cream California poppies, lemon yellow Welsh poppies, lime green euphorbia, and dark purple columbines growing in my garden.

See more of my studio flowers, and think about how you can bring a little more beauty into your workspace!

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