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Winner of an International Photography Award (IPA)
"This 250-page coffee table book advocates for beauty that’s authentic and self-reliant, regardless of where you live.”
"A must read this fall."
"A vibrant new volume."
"A visual delight."
—Los Angeles Times
"A stunning book—an invitation to seek out the beauty of the natural world."
—SF Girl By Bay
"Beautiful and poetic with an organic point of view."
"Louesa is an incredible and singular talent. She has the powerful ability to gather and assemble plants into living sculpture. The astonishing thing about Foraged Flora is that it so perfectly translates her transitory work in permanent printed form. Flipping through its pages you will get her vibe instantly, and be transported to another place."
—Todd Selby, author of Edible Selby and The Selby is in Your Place
Louesa Roebuck is an artist and floral designer who lives in Ojai but considers all of California her home. She has created flora installations from foraged and gleaned materials for clients like Vivienne Westwood, John Baldessari, and Alice Waters. In addition to her work with flora, Roebuck has worked in fashion for many years and paints monotypes and works in textile design.
Design editor and writer Sarah Lonsdale is a co-founder of Remodelista and the author of Japanese Style. She grew up in England, spent almost a decade in Tokyo working in television and advertising, and currently lives with her family in California’s Napa Valley.