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We named this peony after one of my all-time favorite songs, “Adia” by Sarah McLachlan. The lyrics have such deep emotion throughout the entire song but we relate to “We are born innocent, Believe ...
The coral charm peony is an all around favorite bloom. When the vibrant colors fade, a few of the petals become transparent. They are like air. The tissue quality of a dying peony is one of the mos...
The carnation and the peony are an unlikely pair, like leather and lace.
Our friend Alex was married in Mexico years ago. We did the flowers for ...
The red smoke in this image feels nostalgic, as if I might see it billow...
And They Were Dancing
Ashley fell head over heels in love with this dainty little flower the l...
Arbol De Esperanza
In Frida’s own painting of The Tree of Hope, she shows herself on a hospital bed with her back cut open—she is hopeful that yet another surgery will heal her and the pain she feels. We often use fl...
Ashley has fully immersed herself into her new hometown of Jacksonville,...
The first of Ashley's smoke series, Aries represents all of the men and women in the world with a fire and passion for anything. Something that drives them. Something that is deep down in their s...
We were walking down the street in Savannah when we spotted these gorgeous little creatures, Lady Banks roses. The light makes all the difference in this image and seeing the hint of the rose at t...
Bearded Iris In A White Bowl
Have you ever seen anything more beautiful than a bearded iris? I have probably written the same words about a different flower, but right now I am in love with the bearded iris. I wanted to keep...
Purple anemones—goodness we love you. Purple is one of our least favorit...
The red and white tulip is desperately hoping to free herself from the pull of the other flowers. She is heartbroken and has wept tears of sorrow onto the ground below her.
Our dear friend Cait was getting married and asked us to do the envelope...
Named for our friend Camille Styles who truly got us in front of the media through her blog. She is a ray of light and beauty. When we lived in Austin we did the flowers for her blog. Without her ...
One of Ashley's favorite specimens to work with, Chocolate Lace feels li...
Claudia is named for a woman we have known most of our lives, who continues to support us and our work. Bright, cheery and open, this amazing peony is for her.
We took this photo the same day as Pure Love. We were living in a rental house that had the most wonderful bay window. The light poured in that day illuminating the ranunculus. For all of our live...
We shot this image in Austin while on vacation. Texas light is some of ...
Like a gorgeous Dior couture gown this ranunculus just moves with such beauty and grace. When I was little I wanted to be a fashion designer, and fashion still plays an important role in my design...
Do You Know the Way to San Jose?
As we finished edited this amazing pink ranunculus, all we could see were the many paths one could take. The way you can get lost inside of a ranunculus and all of her petals made us think about t...
Ahhh, No Doubt. We have always thought Gwen Stefani was one of the most fashionable singers out there, so we named these perfectly delicate lily of the valley for her.
Our friend, Megan Morton likes to call this Camellia “blousey.” We adore the way Australians talk. We credit this image with drawing us to our new Australian friend, and the launch of several talk...
Dutch Love is our very first love. We put the flowers together at our f...
Dutch Love Woman
The first of my Floral Women series. The curves of the neck, the shoulder, the breast, the stomach move with the curves and folds of the flowers. The woman and flowers mimic each other in their s...
I grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas. I grew up on the beach in Port Aransas, Texas. I grew up on the canals in Rockport, Texas. And I spent 8 years of my adult life living and loving in Houston, Te...
Flores de Oro
We wanted to test the waters and push for something new. We spray painted poppies metallic gold with the thought of Frida painting thorns and roots and veins. Growth even through the pain.
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Freedom reminds us of carefree creativity. The word can mean many different things and we are extremely grateful for creative freedom. Featured flowers include ranunculus, delphinium, and tulips.
The vibrant blue of this backdrop was inspired by Frida Kahlo's home in Mexico City. I painted the poppies black and Sophia, my magical pattern designer, turned this into the beautiful deep blue...
I like to think that Frida would welcome me in a bright pink house next to her vibrant blue home. They would look so good side by side!
On our second trip to Australia we had the pleasure of traveling to Mel...
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Fucked By Flowers
For a moment I thought about leaving flowers behind and looked at photographing something different. Flowers are my love, my therapy, and I don't want to leave them behind. So I took them into Ph...
Fucking Dutch Love
I wanted to make Dutch Love feel a little bit punk so I turned her hot p...
The beautiful Coral Charm peony loses her color over time. I wanted to ...
We named this beauty after a friend we made in Australia. She is kind a...
Galea On Acid
I love these bubble gum pink tear drop shapes highlighting a portion of ...
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