3 Dimensional
Floral Still Life

Center view nursery art pink rose bouquet

For the Love of Texture

You’ll want to reach out and touch these spectacular bouquets that stand out from the canvas. Each petal on the English roses, peonies, apple blossoms, and more are hand-sculpted by artist, Bethany Ogle.

The flowers and background textures are made with thick acrylic paint. To create heirloom quality paintings, only lightfast pigments are used, including the India ink outlines.

The huge 24″ W X 36″ H canvas makes a bold statement for an entryway. Imagine this beautiful sculpted bouquet as the first thing you see when you enter your home. Talk about a conversation starter!

While these three paintings can hang together as a focal point, they can also hang separately as accent art. This gives you flexibility when you rearrange your room or redecorate. 

This small floral art is the size to give as a gift when you need a flower bouquet alternative. Whether your loved one has allergies, dislikes cut flowers, or you want a more permanent token than wilting roses, a hand-sculpted rose bouquet is ideal. 

The floral bouquet in a vase can be painted on four rectangle canvas sizes:

  • 10″ W x 20″ H
  • 16″ W x 20″ H
  • 20″ W x 24″ H
  • 24″ W x 36″ H

Order a Bouquet in Colors to Match Your Décor

Customize your floral still life in colors to match your home décor. Whether you choose bold and dramatic, soft pastels, or an all neutral color scheme, a sculpted bouquet will look stunning.

In fact, if you’re decorating with a neutral color palette, adding texture is even more important to add interest to your space. 

Learn more about custom paintings!

Country Farmhouse Bouquet

A mix of cabbage roses, apple blossoms, and delphiniums make up this cottage garden style bouquet.

Fabric Flower Bouquet

Set against a textured lace patterned background, this cheerful bouquet of flowers will brighten up your space.

English Rose Bouquet

Oodles of petals, the roses in this bouquet are worth a second look. Dramatic contrast between charcoal and pink flowers make a statement ideal for entryway art.

Bethany Ogle

I am the artist creating the nature inspired paintings and surface patterns at Amborela. When I'm not in my studio, I am working in my garden with the flowers that inspire my artwork. I ooh and aah at beautiful colors and interesting textures.