The Flower Hunter: Creating a Floral Love Story Inspired by the Landscape


Available for Pre-order. Due September 2023.
The Flower Hunter: Creating a Floral Love Story Inspired by the Landscape Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd
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Pages: 208 Illustrations and other contents: 300 col photographs Language: English ISBN: 9781788795517 Categories: , , ,

Lucy Hunter invites us to join her on a personal journey to the places and spaces that she loves best, and which inspire her work as a creative floral artist and garden designer. She explores the drama of the mountains, the ever-changing light of the coast and the enduring romance of the countryside, and even finds natural beauty in the most urban of places before returning home to tap into the creativity inspired by these different landscapes. In The Flower Hunter: Creating a floral love story inspired by the landscape, Lucy shows how we can all draw inspiration from the natural world and scale it down to create floral arrangements, dried and pressed flowers and even natural pigments for mark making. More than just a guide to flower arranging, the book encourages us to pause and look, to observe detail and open our minds and souls to the beauty of nature, allowing it to spark our creativity and encourage a sense of experimentation. Follow in Lucy’s footsteps and fill your world with flowers, craft and beauty.

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Author Biography

Lucy Hunter (@lucytheflowerhunter) is an award-winning landscape designer with 20 years' experience of creating gardens and outdoor spaces. A photographer and fine artist, she describes herself as 'a restless creative'. Lucy is passionate about the natural world, especially flowers and landscapes. She travels the globe, designing gardens and teaching sell-out floral design workshops where she encourages participants to create arrangements inspired by nature. Lucy lives in North Wales with her husband, dogs and cats.