Cultivating Place: October's Botanical Artistry, Part 4: Ann Wood & Ngoc Minh Ngo

Oct 25, 2018

Credit Photo used courtesy of Ann Wood

Credit Photo used courtesy of Ann Wood

"Our craving to connect with nature continues to be the perfect foil for the magic of the human imagination," writes photographer Ngoc Minh Ngo.

This week Cultivating Place wraps up "Artober" with Minneapolis based 3-dimensional paper artist Ann Wood, of Woodlucker Studios, and a revisit to a conversation with Vietnamese-born, New York-based artist and writer Ngoc Minh Ngo, who spoke to us about her book: "In Bloom: Creating and Living with Flowers," a collection of 11 portraits of artists inspired by the natural world. These two artists portray beautifully the endless creativity of botanical artistry. Join us! 

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Credit Photo used courtesy of Ngoc Minh Ngo

Credit Image used courtesy of Ngoc Minh Ngo