"Nature of Flowers: Blending Sacred Geometry with Artistry"

"Nature of Flowers: Blending Sacred Geometry with Artistry"

Meet Quentin Carpenter, the creative mind behind Nature of Flowers! As we celebrate our one-year milestone, we're excited to share our upcoming ventures, especially the Christmas markets that are just around the corner. Join us at the Observer building, Hastings, on December 9th and 10th or at St Andrew's Muse on December 16th. Your support means the world to us.

At our stalls, you'll discover a unique fusion of nature, art, and geometry. Quentin brings his passion for sacred geometry and flowers to life through an array of captivating products. From trendy t-shirts and tank tops to classic tees and cozy hoodies, there's something for everyone. Our ladies' cut t-shirts are a particular favorite, combining style with comfort.

Explore our collection of greetings cards, each adorned with intricate designs inspired by flowers and geometry. Looking to decorate your space? Our 12-inch prints, presented in a stylish record sleeve, offer a distinctive touch. Whether you prefer to hang them as they are or frame them for a more polished look, these prints make a statement.

But that's not all—we're excited to introduce you to our range of beautiful sacred geometry and flower stickers. These stickers are not just accessories; they're a fantastic way to infuse your surroundings with artistry and meaning.

Can't find your size or preferred design at the market? Fret not! Visit our website, natureofflowers.com, where you can explore our complete collection and place orders. Quentin will have a laptop at the events, making it convenient for you to customize your purchases on the spot.

Beyond the products, Quentin brings an added layer of depth to the Nature of Flowers experience. Join him in exploring the fascinating world of sacred geometry and flowers. He'll have an intriguing book, "The Hidden Geometry of Flowers" by Keith Critchlow, on hand. This book delves into the theories behind Quentin's artistic endeavors, offering a deeper understanding of the symbiosis between nature and geometry.

So, mark your calendars, drop by our stalls, and immerse yourself in the beauty of Nature of Flowers. Quentin looks forward to meeting you, discussing his passion, and sharing the magic woven into each creation. See you there!

Bye for now,
Quentin Carpenter and the Nature of Flowers team.



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