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Journal: Kayla Plosz Antiel on "Florilegia": Thumbnail
Titled Florilegia, Kayla Plosz Antiel's latest series takes its name from the Medieval-era scrapbooks used to collect flower clippings, writing passages, collage, and personal keepsakes. The painter fills the page with sprawling fields of florals in bright punches of aqueous pigment for her new collection of watercolor botanicals. Step inside her Raleigh, NC studio below.

Titled 'Florilegia', this series takes its name from the Medieval-era notebooks where you'd collect your favorite lines or passages from various authors. These quotes or literary flowers were flourishes you recognized as beautiful and would transcribe into your florilegia to have ready access to later.

Kayla Plosz Antiel

Journal: Kayla Plosz Antiel on "Florilegia": Gallery
Photo by Alex Boerner
Journal: Kayla Plosz Antiel on "Florilegia": Gallery
Photo by Alex Boerner
Journal: Kayla Plosz Antiel on "Florilegia": Gallery
Journal: Kayla Plosz Antiel on "Florilegia": Gallery
Photo by Alex Boerner
Journal: Kayla Plosz Antiel on "Florilegia": Gallery
Journal: Kayla Plosz Antiel on "Florilegia": Gallery
Journal: Kayla Plosz Antiel on "Florilegia": Gallery
Photo by Alex Boerner
Journal: Kayla Plosz Antiel on "Florilegia": Gallery