Hogarth Curve: Line of Beauty
Make a design using the 18-Century theory by English painter William Hogarth. His term "Line of Beauty" in art or aesthetics is used to describe an S-shaped curve line appearing within an object, as the boundary line of an object or as a virtual boudary line formed by the composition of several objects.
Kit's version shows you a more modern take on this line of beauty with the S-shape lying down on the job. But, we could all use a rest, right?
- No Floral Foam - No chicken Wire! Use a foral pin frog to secure stems and make a gorgeous Line of Beauty - The Hogarth Curve. It's a classic floral design everyone should learn how to make!
- 5 super-detailed videos where Kit takes you step-by-step so you never get lost!
- A PDF supplies list tip sheet that you can download and print out.
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Hi, We are Kit & Casey
Kit & Casey are entrepreneurial sisters and moms with kids in the local public schools of the South Bay of Los Angeles. We started our business 20 years ago out of our homes and have occupied a 4,500 square-foot warehouse and studio space in Torrance for the last decade. We have appeared on national television shows, been featured in the major magazines including Sunset and Florists' Review and major newspapers including the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and The New York Times for our floral design work and are sought after public speakers in the floral and wedding industry. We have been teaching floral design classes since we founded our business and are the “Art of Floral Design” contracted instructors for The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Garden education program for the last 13 years. We have taught thousands of adults and hundreds of children in the art of floral design. Flower Duet is a proud members of SlowFlowers.com to help promote locally grown flowers everywhere, but especially in our home state of California.