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Collaborations

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Collaborations

Why is it that a national brand travelled all the way to Cornwall to collaborate? 

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The Father of Botany

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The Father of Botany

If you can imagine a time before tapping a query into 'Google' or reaching for a book in search of answers, how would you have gone about finding a simple answer to a question?

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Our First Birthday!!

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Our First Birthday!!

Everyone loves a before and after! On November 1st 2018 we picked up our keys to 19a Arwenack Street, excitedly looking forwards to an adventure in retail. Something which I have to admit I had no prior experience, potentially daunting perhaps? Given the Brexit fears that have swept the nation with uncertainty. In the usual Sarah Jane Humphrey indomitable spirit , of embracing life, and tenacity of will to push my visions out there, I took those keys and never looked back. For anyone familiar with the shops history you may have remembered it as a vintage clothing store owned by...

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Meet Louis

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Meet Louis

How time flies... Somehow months seem to have sneaked past since Louis began his first day at Botanical Atelier, so without any further introduction for those of you who haven't had the pleasure of meeting our newest member of staff and plant loving extraordinaire, here he is.  Hi there, I’m Louis, a recent addition to the Botanical Atelier team. As a lover of all things botanical with a passion for interiors, working with Sarah couldn’t have been a nicer fit. While writing this, it’s become apparent that I’m teetering on the last six months of being in my twenties…looking back, I’ve...

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Meet Naomi Hannam of Creative Roots

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Meet Naomi Hannam of Creative Roots

I first had the pleasure of meeting Naomi at the Potager Gardens, in Cornwall, after one of her Creative Roots workshops. Curious as always, I was keen to learn of what she had been making as she packed away her mysterious potions. At this particular workshop Naomi was teaching the ancient art of Botanical Ink making, where I bought my first pot, intrigued by the simplicity and excited to see how far I could push it as a Botanical Artist using my own methods. Since then I have taught a number of Botanical Illustration Workshops using the Creative Roots ink...

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