Botanical Reliefs by Shaw Botanical Art
Casting the season's momentous occasions both in our lives and in nature. Let us capture the beauty of your special day by creating an original bespoke artwork, custom designed to display in a prominent place in your home.
Wedding Bouquet Casting
Not sure what to do with those precious flowers that helped make your wedding day so special. So if you are looking for a unique way to preserve them, look no further! I can take your bouquet or wedding flowers and preserve their imprint using a unique casting technique to create a permanent reminder of the day you said I do!
Memorial Flowers Casting
Flowers carry powerful meaning and symbolism. Used both to mark moments of celebration, gestures of love and enhance festivity whilst also playing significant role in remembrance, loss and bereavement. We can take flowers and foliage from funeral flowers or wreaths and turn these into bespoke artworks which help celebrate and commemorate a loved one’s brilliant life.
I would be honored to join with you in creating a bespoke piece that elevates your vision. From a special occasion, to a custom project for a residential or commercial interior, I will work to create an original artwork rooted in botanical inspiration.
Series and Upcoming Exhibitions
"The question is not what you look at, but what you see."
Henry David Thoreau
There is immense beauty in every season and in your every day. In this Winter series, I chose to capture the rich tapestry of native botanicals that reside along the banks of the Missouri River in the historic First City in Kansas. It is a landscape I live amongst and watch the passing of the year from my studio window. It is a moment to pause and instruct ourselves in the lost art of being present. It is an immersion in the self as a component of mother nature's creation. Cast in time, immortalized in both memory and artistic language.
"Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air...resign yourself to the influence of the earth...In wilderness is the preservation of the world."
Henry David Thoreau