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Fresh: Fresh Flowers, Fresh Arrangements

Author: Sybil, Brooke Silvester

Description: Southern floral artist Sybil Sylvester does more than arrange flowers; she uses inventive ideas and fresh plants to illuminate her surroundings. Many of her plants come straight from her own garden, revealing a natural sense of connection that is evident throughout the pages of Fresh. This stunning book presents Sybil's most effervescent and distinctive floral designs, organised by season, plus some of her celebrated arrangements from a variety of special occasions. Excitingly, Fresh also includes a beautifully photographed how-to section in which Sybil empowers readers to create their own magic from the natural world with instructions for a number of delightful designs, plus her own special brand of inspiration and helpful advice. Full of whimsy, joy, and elegance, Fresh is a magnificent paean to floral beauty. AUTHOR: Born and raised in Louisiana and Alabama, Sybil Sylvester is known for creating stunning flower arrangements and orchestrating breath-taking events. Always culling greenery and flowers from the abundance growing in the gardens and forests of her surroundings, Sylvester embraces the philosophy of local and natural. Her 'Flower School' was a popular column in Southern Accents magazine, and her work has been featured in many other publications, including Flower magazine. Through Sylvester's Wildflower School, she travels around the country, designing and demonstrating. SELLING POINTS: The first book from a star floral designer known widely throughout the Southern states (the rest of the US and abroad as well) Includes both inspiration and instruction, with glorious photographs plus step-by-step instructions Blurbs from several of the world's celebrity event planners and floral designers including Shane Connolly, Charlotte Moss, and Paula Pryke Sybil takes her Wildflower School on the road regularly, teaching and doing presentations throughout the country 300 colour images

Publisher: Peribo

ISBN: 9781943876440

Dimensions: 28 and 23 cm

Publish Date: 1/12/2019