Genuinely beautiful flowers
If you’ve ever given a flower a close look, you understand that every kind has a special shape and elaborate petal designs. Artist Owen Mann, located in New York, embraces the various forms of natural loveliness via his lifelike clay succulents and flowers. Each item can be displayed flat or utilized as a one-of-a-kind wall hanging, giving you a small piece of nature that will never fade.
The 10-year-old self-taught sculptor created his first clay blossom (a red and white rose) for his mom, but he didn’t pick up his tools again until he was in his mid-20s. Mann has now produced almost 1,000 clay flowers that preserve lots of species. Every work, whether it is a peony or a dahlia, depicts the delicate, silk-like petals and the fascinating spiral designs they create.
Mann frequently takes photos of his creations with his own hands, demonstrating their realistic—and occasionally larger-than-life—size. Some items are treated with vibrant glazes that bring them to life, whereas others are left unglazed to accentuate the beautiful quality of porcelain. Many works are so lifelike that they seem to have just been picked from the artist’s vibrant yard. Mann claims that she will never stop producing flowers because each one is unique. And besides, more blooms are always welcome in the world.
If you enjoy Mann’s art, scroll to the bottom to see some of his gorgeous porcelain blossoms. You can also find his collection on Etsy.
Ceramicist Owen Mann, located in New York, creates lifelike flowers and succulents from porcelain and clay.
Every elaborate design depicts the delicate, silk-like petals of the blossoms.
They appear to have just been picked from the designer’s own vibrant yard since they are so lifelike.