Stop and smell the roses

Camilla Tange Peylecke has always been fascinated by art, crafts, and people with a dedicated passion about their creative work. For a long time, Camilla Tange Peylecke desperately wanted to pursue her own craft. Finally, she found it in glass beads and wire.

“My flowers are not reproductions of real flowers, rather I focus on expressing my own interpretations as well as the contrast between the wire and the beads. “

The series of artworks that Camilla Tange Peylecke has created for The Ode To is called “A hunch for and consists of French beaded flowers, made with Japanese Miyuki beads and wire.

“Flowers are delicate, beautiful, life-affirming and evoke special memories in all of us. But they can also have thorns, and some of them are poisonous. That gives them the strongest symbol value. I love that contrast, and how flowers can arouse so many emotions.”

Having worked as an interior stylist for many years, Camilla Tange Peylecke’s talent for shape, colours, and balance can be seen in her floral artworks. At The Ode To, we adore the timeless and poetic expression that Camilla’s artworks possess.