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    Dandelion Art installation by German artist Regine Ramseier

  • Alyssa Parent

    2000 dandelions by German artist Regine Ramseier (Installation Art)

  • Alice Clark

    The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art /// i’m jealous of regine ramseier

  • Chadia Haddad

    This stunningly delicate installation by German artist Regine Ramseier might come floating down around us! Ok, well, maybe not. If she managed to get two thousand dandelion blowies {yes, I call them “blowies”} from a grassy meadow to this little white room, our sighs of astonishment shouldn’t damage them in any way. How did she do it?

  • Elisabeth Svenningsen

    Mollie- hanging flowers possibly for tapestry- a dandelion installation

  • RoseAnn Rapp

    I love installation art. Dandelion instalation by Regine Ramseier.

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