ann carrington

No, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you… those are bouquets of roses, tulips, and peonies made with silverware! My forks and spoons are just thrown in a drawer, but British artist Ann Carrington makes magic with ordinary, everyday objects. I wrote about her “Pearly Queens” a few years ago, but this being Easter weekend, and the first weekend in April, these “blooms” were the only way to go. Happy Monday.

ps. Ann is one of the 45 contemporary artists featured in my new book, “A Big Important Art Book – Now with Women”. I am beyond thrilled to have Ann’s story and work included! The book will hit shelves worldwide on October 2nd, but you can preorder now… you know, if you wanna : )  






comments (3)

  1. Kirstin /// 04.03.2018 /// 10:25am

    OMG, I freaking love this. How did I miss this the first time? <3 Yay!

  2. Jessica Molnar /// 04.07.2018 /// 10:34am

    I was immediately captivated and then I read that these made from silverware. What?! That makes me love them even more.

  3. Lannie Hart /// 04.07.2018 /// 11:40am

    I am a woman artist that started out the craft world and this artist says everything about women and the home and beauty with a very deep message.







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