Fleur’s unique contemporary ‘stitched’ paintings are a celebration of her affinity with all things flora.
Creating from her studio gallery in the heart of rural Upper Moutere, near Nelson, Fleur’s process has developed through years of experimentation. Particularly drawn to textiles she loves nothing more than dragging large swags of linen into the gallery garden to pour, brush, splash & drip abstract layers of washy paint onto it’s surface. Once dry this becomes the base layer for fine botanical details applied in gouache and then intricate elements of stitch to bring a final element of texture. Collected around the world Fleur’s original pieces are one of a kind keepsakes that transcend trends.