INTRODUCING JÜRGEN BIRCHLER, MAîTRE OF FLEURS AND MASTER PHOTOGRAPHER

DECONSTRUCTED BOUQUET

30cmx45cm     12”x17.75”     $125                           

40cmx60cm     15.75”x23.5”   $170 

CAMELLIA

30cmx45cm  12”x17.75”   $125                           

40cmx60cm   15.75”x23.5” $170 

Jurgen was born in Leipzig in 1956 and received his early education in Zug.
He completed his training as a flower designer in Zurich and bad godesberg, and proceeded to win a reputation for his skill as a floral designer. 
Among the awards, Jürgen has received is 1st place in the European cup in Bergen,
4th place of the Interflora world cup in Hamburg junior winner of the Stockholm “mästerskapet. 
The shop Bellefleur opened in Zug in 1988 is known far beyond the country's borders.

ANEMONE

30cmx45cm      12”x17.75”     $125                           

40cmx60cm     15.75”x23.5”   $170 

RHODODENDRON

30cmx45cm      12”x17.75”     $125                           

40cmx60cm     15.75”x23.5”   $170 

When you put your foot over the threshold of Bellefleur, you enter a wunderkabinett. 
In the stately rooms of his ‘Maison of flowers’ jürgen and his team combine sumptuous fresh flowers and selected accessories to create sensual still lifes.
Fascinated by the play of light and shadows, Jürgen also stages flowers as a photographer

WINE TULIPS

30cmx45cm   12”x17.75”     $125                           

40cmx60cm     15.75”x23.5” .  $170 

Jürgen is an expert on the examination board for higher subject exams 
He lectures in seminars across Europe, the U.S.A and Taiwan.
Archival pigment inks on fine art cotton rag paper

AZALEA

30cmx45cm      12”x17.75”     $125                           

40cmx60cm     15.75”x23.5”   $170 

In my work flowers and petals seem to float on the matte black of a dematerialized background.
Light and weightless like a jellyfish in the dark depth of the sea.
The dried petals of the chrysanthemum and calla cling to each other, life clinging to life.
This series shows itself in the light between illusionism and naturalism. The magic makes the viewer doubt reality.
A tribute to the floral still life of Dutch and Flemish Renaissance artists, a world away from the commercialism and floral cliches of today

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