From Van Gogh to Jeff Koon, flowers have always had a great place in art. Floral art is a way of expressing emotions, communicate deeper messages wordlessly. Whether they are placed at the forefront or hidden with subtlety, they are always an emotive inspiration. We’ve always linked flowers to a certain emotion, message - I love you to I am sorry; We’ve personalised them and linked them to our feelings. Roses for love, gardenias for fragility, snowdrops for courage or cherry blossoms for the transience of life. The lightness of this art has a powerful impact on our mood. Representing flowers is a way of outpassing their ephemeral nature, stuck in time, a flower bud will never blossom, as will it never die.