Semiramide, whose name refers to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world - the hanging gardens of Queen Semiramis, who, after arriving in Babylon, longed primarily for lush vegetation. The Semiramide pattern impresses not only with its multitude of details, but above all with its sophisticated color palette, which, despite its richness, remains in good taste.
Semiramide is an element of a mini flower collection depicting flower meadows. Thanks to the method used, patterns created on the basis of paintings painted with acrylic paints are exceptionally rich in eye-catching details.
The pattern was created by Danuta Leszczyńska, who graduated from the Faculty of Visual Communication of the University of Applied Arts in Poznań (diploma in graphics and painting). Currently, he continues his creative work, mainly painting and occasionally graphic design. She prefers to use acrylic paints, and the subject of her works are often flowers. Her paintings are floral scraps written on a piece of canvas.