Life-saving art in full bloom

Emma Dziadulewicz and Alicia Lowe with their work. Picture: Louise White www.communitypix.com.au d403006
Emma Dziadulewicz and Alicia Lowe with their work. Picture: Louise White www.communitypix.com.au d403006

Alicia Lowe of Flowers in Bloom has called on her talented friends Emma Dziadulewicz and Dion Robeson to create an exhibition that embraces the beauty of life through flowers, illustrations and photography.

‘Having been in the industry for 12 years, and owning my own business for five, I thought it was time I pushed the boundaries,’ Lowe said.

‘I wanted to think of a way the three of us could collaborate together and give back to the community while creating awareness for what sadly is a growing problem.’

While Dziadulewicz has used ink, Dion creates an image through photography while Emma’s works features fresh flowers.

‘The one thing we all have in common is colour. We have six colours: black, white, red, orange, yellow and green,’ Ms Lowe said.

Their works will go on display for one night only at their exhibition Belle La Vie at the Oxford Hotel. Money raised will go to Lifeline WA.

‘I selected Lifeline WA because suicide is something which has sadly affected many people around us today,’ Ms Lowe said.

‘I want people to know there is such a big support base of help out there and to never be afraid to pick up that phone.’