Artworks, created by the unique author technology from natural material. It is completely hand-work, starting from the choice and collecting plants and up to the composition itself. In the Gallery you can see the finished works or order a special picture with a new idea and subject, which will be made especially for you!!
The author has been creating the technology for more than 7 years, and she is constantly working at new methods and ideas of decorating plants and surfaces.
The basic of all the composition is the dried florist material, which is carefully prepared by the author according to her method. Ready-made materials are never used!
All the elements of the composition are carefully worked up. It helps to preserve the form, the texture and the color of natural material. Not a single petal or leaf will lose its color with time passing! The author is especially proud of the new technology of putting the paint to the dried plants. The best realistic results are achieved with the help of careful painting of the smallest parts of petals and leaves. The use of this technology helps to make fancy patterns, which look wonderfully on big leaves and petals.,.
Graduated from Plekhanov Russian University of Economics. She is a member of International Federation of Artists & national Artist’s Union of department, a full member of the European Academy of Natural Sciences (Germany, Hannover), a member of International Association of florist collage.
She is an expert of the goods quality, a florist-designer, a creator of a new trend in florist collage and fito-design «VIVANTART». She has got a special Certificate of the Master-Sign. She is the winner of many International and Russian Exhibitions and Programs (among them in the field of strengthening of International Relations). She is awarded with the medal «Leonardo da Vinci» and the honor medal «Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz», the Big Golden Medal of the project «Immortality».
The art works of Elena Derbicheva-Tokareva are in private and state collections of Russia (among them in the Mayer-House of Moscow, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics Russian Academy of Sciences), in Belorussia, Belgium, Estonia, Austria and Germany.