Beloved Flower Lover
The team spent time at the Saatchi Gallery today. Really easy to get to at Duke of York’s HQ, Kings Road, Chelsea. We had enormous anticipation and were greeted by an amazing christmas tree at the entrance.
Once we moved past that, our pace quickened. We knew were going to see the amazing work of Mustafa Hulusi, an artist who was a key member to the Brit Art Exhibition at the Saatchi Museum.
Our team is vibrant, we share opinions and enjoy comments from colleagues and peers.We really like the idea of extending our creative constraints. We love going out because we can just trust the energy of resting, relaxing and creating inner space of appreciation.
We get excited and happy about the things we saw today because It was a great privilege to find time to look at British artists. Yes, that’s our joy position. because, we loved the work and it inspired us to look at more art.
You know, as art becomes better known and understood by the general public it seems that there is more of a demand for help with issues that fall outside the more well categories of art and floral design. That’s why we talk about what we talk about on this blog.We love what we do and it seems to raise all sorts of topics for the people who interact with this blog.
Okay, back to today, we got a strong boost to our commitment to explore, get feedback and were reminded of the endless ocean of creativity that exists in the UK in art , all art forms. Perhaps because we were like a sponge, becoming even more relaxed as we access a well of creativity.This is the point, we took this opportunity to renew our blend of floristry from the heart from people who are tuned into creating from so many different perspectives.
We examined our nerves around some of the art. Gosh, some of it made us just pause. Just pause. Thats the main thing. We just paused, relaxed and breathed so so so much more deeply than we did before we got there today.
Yep, this was in all probability one of the most meaningfully opening session that we shared as a team all this season. Perhaps inviting us to discover the benefits of combining the gifts which emerge from our creative well and sharing them with each other in abundantly enjoyable collaborations. We embrace change!
So, lots of food for thought,we felt renewed and set up for exploring even more.We would love to find out how these designs have impacted you? today?
The London Flower Lover
p.s. Christmas at Sloane square