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Ceramic vases, decaying flower arrangements.

Dahlias, carnations, thistles, chrysanthemums, lavender, mini roses, geraniums...

Even the strongest sentiment perishes. I use plants and flowers as a starting point to explore the life circles of living organisms and their processes of decomposition and transformation.

During the tulip mania in the 17th century, elegant vases called Tulipiere were created in the Netherlands to showcase the beauty of these exotic tulips. These ceramic vases, often decorated with intricate designs, had multiple openings to display each flower individually, highlighting their colors and shapes. 


This vases were symbols of status and refinement. Owning one of these vases was a display of wealth and good taste. 


"𝑻𝒖𝒍𝒊𝒑𝒊𝒆𝒓𝒆𝒔" are my own version of this special vases, with raw clay, showcasing intricate designs and multiple openings to highlight the vibrant blooms i love. 


Dry Flowers and dental prosthesis 

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General view, Photos by me, Sara Mayoral 

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Decaying Flower arrangement on Ceramic 

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