A ongoing series of mini-artworks made simply with plants residing amidst us.

The abstraction of plant shapes mean to draw the audience’s eyes closer to the colours and textures of the natural inks rather than exact form itself. This blurred form is guided by the natural shift in tones with time, and the intentional pH transitions of plant inks, giving rise to the motivation behind the title of this exploration – Living Colours.

Finding Path with Henna

The sweetness of combining Frangipani flowers and Henna
All edible inks with Blue Pea, Mangosteen, and Magenta
The versatility of Blue Pea

Peonies left from Valentine’s

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