{ Press - what the media says ..... }

"Fresh flowers with a touch of difference."
THE HINDU
Feb. 23, 1993

"Thiruvananthapurm based Flora, masterminded by George Fernandez, has shown how a variety of materials from silk and satin to organdy, polyster and velvet can be used to create beautiful flowers."
THE TIMES OF INDIA
Aug. 1, 1996

"The exquisite pieces crafted out of his own techniques are deceptively life like and natural."
THE TIMES OF INDIA, Kerala Plus
Dec. 20-26, 1998

"The fabric becomes flowers in George's hands."
THE INDIAN EXPRESS
07-Jul-96

"The flowers look fresh. The leaves are verdant. The hues appear natural."
THE HINDU
04-Dec-98

"The tender interplay of shades in his arrangements of roses, asters, lotuses, tulips, lilies and dahlias takes the viewer's breath away."
THE HINDU
19-Jul-96

"Handmade flowers so natural that you feel like breathing in their fragrance."
BANGLORE TIMES, THE TIMES OF INDIA
21-Nov-01

"George Fernandez produces work that has to be seen… and you still won't believe it."
EXPRESS WEEK, BANGLORE
18-Sep-99

"These handmade artificial flowers using fabric look anything but artificial."
THE TIMES OF INDIA
05-Sep-00

"Roses and dandelions and orchids, wild flowers and jasmines - a delight to the flower lover…."
DECCAN HERALD
19-Sep-99

"..has created beautiful flowers of myriad hues, which leave one spellbound."
Women's era
August(First) 1998

"… of George's piece of work can be described as piece de art, for its excellence in beauty."
New Woman
April, 1998

"The exquisite pieces of handmade flowers and miniature trees are unbelievably natural."
THE NEW INDIAN EXPRESS
Nov. 15, 2002

"Fabric becomes a floral symphony in George Fernandez's hands."
SWAGAT
Sep. 1998

"Flora is a hot-spot with the town folks who are aesthetically inclined."
THE WEEK
14-Jul-96

"Aptly named 'FLORA' , George Fernandez's home is a treasure trove of artworks."
THE HINDU, MetroPlus
17-May-04

"Give him paper, cloth, or even bread and he is sure to come up with at least one beautiful piece inspired by nature."
THE NEW INDIAN EXPRESS
Nov. 26, 2005