Bridget Beth Collins is a craftsman who infrequently goes to shops to get her supplies. The Pacific Northwest occupant quits utilizing paints and brushes, rather, she picks blossom petals, berries, leaves, greenery, and anything nature can offer to deliver bright and fascinating pieces.
“I forage almost all of my creations from foliage and flowers plucked from our sidewalks, meadows, and woods in our neighborhood,” says Collins. The herbal craftsman utilizes the greenery to reproduce energetic, wild creatures like a peacock and a fragile seahorse. Collins concedes her Flora Forager work is an after effect of her relationship with Mother Nature.