Atelier Blooms Limited offers these beautiful and exclusive Fine Art Installations for Corporate Hire
Atelier's blooms are Fine Art handcrafted installations created especially for the Corporate Client
Our weekly service offers a new installation every week, for less than a cup of coffee a day!
Atelier's artificial flowers have been developed using Fine Art Theory and Practice.
Incorporating elements of Sculpture, Transformation, the Ready-made, Abstraction, Colour, Found Object, Materiality and Naturalistic expression.
Our installations are intended for the corporate environment.
We take pride in providing the best no maintenance artificial flower hire products, and strive to ensure that your experience will be stress-free, economical and well organised.
So sit back, relax, and leave things to us!
Bonnie is the creative arm of Atelier Blooms Ltd.
Beginning her career in Sales and Marketing, she progressed through Fast Moving Consumer Goods to Retail Service business ownership, but still felt unfulfilled.
In 2004 Bonnie returned to school, studying Fine Art at Whitecliffe College of Art & Design. Bonnie has earned a Professional Diploma in Fine Art and a Master of Arts in Arts Management.
While studying full time, she worked in Broadcasting.
Bonnie's preferred areas of art making are Painting and Sculpture. The artificial flowers she creates are intended to emulate nature and incorporate elements of the Ready-Made, Sculpture, Transformation, Installation, Found Object, Expressionism, Naturalism and Materiality, which is the core of her practice.
All our blooms are made of paper, glue, wire and artist pigment. Each bloom is individually hand crafted by Bonnie and partnered with artificial flowers and greenery to ensure unique and beautiful Installations and Bouquets for discerning clients."
Gilana Poore O.A.M.
Gilana has had a wide and diverse career and prides herself on being a motivated self-starter with the ability to adapt quickly to new surroundings, situations and demands.
Gilana enjoys public contact and is an exceptional people person. A creative independent thinker, dedicated and committed, she had the enviable opportunity to work in the Middle East at the launch of Aljazeera (English) Television living and working in Doha, Qatar.
Gilana then had a fulfilling position working with Cerebral Palsy in Sydney and enjoyed the opportunity of working with so many dedicated people involved with the health care industry.
Gilana and her husband were also involved in the aftermath of the October 2002, Bali Bombings claiming the lives of 202 souls.
They returned a week later with medical equipment and supplies donated by New Zealand companies and two veteran burns nurses helping the locals injured, too poor to afford medical assistance. Gilana was subsequently awarded the “Order of Australia”.