A new large-scale installation brings an essence of Pop-art cross impressionist coolness to the EY Centre, 200 George st by Mirvac. Thai began sculpting florals in her current, floral design in 2015 while a fashion design student at Whitehouse Institute. The work serves as a reimagining of visual languages in floristry, fashion and sculpture that were developed and learned over time in between Amy’s travels.
Amy’s latest foyer installation is unveiled to showcase an abstract whimsical landscape drawn to vivid blues, pinks and purples that organically and soothingly veer into a celebration of subdued shades that will give the space depth and warmth. The entirety of the installation overflows with sophisticated and charming detail with organically-edged softness with overtones of purple that are certainly ripe to welcome and lifts one's spirit. Beds of Gypsophile and Hydrangeas and hanging Amaranthus elegantly accent to create nebulous cloud sculptures on a grand scale and floral-filled romance.