Edgar: the crow
This piece measures 80cm tall and across at its furthest points and comprises of a taxidermy crow perched on a wooden candlestick which a halo of dried flowers splaying from beneath to encapsulate him. Blooms include huge rich peonies, echinacea, lunaria, dahlias , ox eye daisies, and a whole host of wild grasses. Inspired by 17th century Dutch still life paintings, he really is a showstopper.
Due to the fragility of the piece, it would need a collection to be arranged. Please contact me to discuss
Dried flowers and taxidermy require a dry environment to thrive, moisture can allow mould or mildew to form which would devastate the piece. Direct sunlight or bright light can also fade the colours of the floral work especially so I advise you to keep your piece away from a window for example.