Paper art of another world

Paper art of another world

Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen, handmade flowers, paper art

Entering paper artist Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen´s studio is like entering another world. A world of fairy tales filled with colored silk paper and giant flowers that seem to capture the essence of life. Now you have the chance to buy her amazing flowers - actually we are the first store to sell them separately.

The flowers are only available in our store in Niels Hemmingsens Gade.

Unframed art: Art dosen´t necessarily need to be framed. The handmade flowers stand out and become a natural part of the room when not framed.

For the ceiling, for the wall: The flowers are made of silk paper and copy paper and each flower has a beautiful grosgrain ribbon which makes it easy to place on the wall - together with your other art works - from the ceiling or even around a pillar.

Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen, handmade flowers, Stilleben

Accessible materials: “My flowers are made of silk paper and copy paper. I have always had a need to create something with materials accessible to everyone. It also makes the design process much more exciting and challenging,” Marianne says. 

Marianne cuts through 50-60 layers of paper at a time - each flower is created out of 100-300 leaves, depending on the size of the flower. And each flower is cut, shaped and draped by hand.

Prices: 30 cm: 1.900 DKK, 50 cm: 3.200 DKK, 70 cm: 4.500 DKK

Flowers with personality: “When the flowers are placed separately they really stand out - showing their own personalities,” Marianne says.

Follow Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen on Instagram - among her followers are people from Chanel, Gucci, Red Valentino, Anna Molinari as well as one of Karl Lagerfeld´s muses... click here.

Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen, handmade flowers, Stilleben

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