One of my favorite places in New England is the Museum of Fine Art in Boston. They have an amazing collection of Asian art that hold over 100,000 objects and a collection of Japanese art that can only be beaten by going to Japan. I love visiting this collection, touring these galleries is like visiting another land and time. Among their collection is over 16,000 works by artist Katsushika Hokusai, most known for his painting Under a Wave Off Kanagawa or The Great Wave. He painted during the Edo period (1603 - 1868) in Japanese art history, and his work found its way to Europe and beyond and was a major influence in reshaping the way impressionist saw the world. I think his work continues to influence the world of art.
I have turned my paper flowers into kits because I believe that art is for everyone and everyone is an artist. I’ve taken my expertise as a paper flower artist and concentrated it into kits that provide everything needed to make paper flowers with an unparalleled level of detail. My kits are a fresh way to connect with the world of fine art and have flowers that will last for years. They allow people to skip the years of work and get right to the good stuff, connecting with the joy of making something with their hands.