At the heart of the Wax Tulip Mania project, the artist Mona Oren imagines to flower the world through a collective artwork. Created in her Parisian studio, flower bouquets will travel to your home, forming virtually, a vast Tulip field.
For twenty years, Mona Oren has been creating a protean body of work that brings together drawing,
photography, video and installation.
Its center of gravity is however, wax sculpture.
Led to art by her desire to be in contact with material substances, volumes and surfaces, she creates
three-dimensional artworks, which are then put into different settings by means of spatialization,
transcription, photographic series or video.
Wax, a living, organic material that one may perceive in terms of its vulnerability: fragile, sensitive to aging or heat, it is under a constant threat of deformation.
It is also the intimate, chosen medium by the artist.
During the spring of 2020 "in hibernation", the idea of seeing the world bloom germinates in the spirit of
She wants to disseminate Wax Tulips all over the world and invites you to acquire and collect her Tulip Bouquets as fragments of a growing global field.
A symbolic gesture of rebirth through a virtual artwork.
May the Wax Tulip Mania of the 21st century begin!
With love and care,
The field of Tulips grows day by day.
Each holder of a bouquet of Tulips creates branches between geographical areas that you can move.
Click on the dots to see images of Tulip bouquets.