Sunday, May 22, 2011

Art in Bloom #6-"Two Muses of Tavernelle (Niccoló?)


The two creators of this bouquet in their description said, "When selecting a piece of art for Art in Bloom, we only chose pieces created by women or featuring them.  Two Muses depicts Thalia and Melpomene,  two of  the nine goddesses of the arts, literature, and sciences.  We liked the brilliant colors and the challenge of interpreting the details."  I think that they did a masterful job by including carnations, Ming ferns, pansies, celosia, river cane and grasses.

After today I will show only one more photo from the exhibit, until next year! To see another Art in Bloom bouquet that I  have already posted, go here.

6 comments:

  1. The picture says it all...

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  2. Ya, this shot is for pansies! hahaha

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  3. Another nice interpretation!

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  4. What a perfect pairing this is! Your coverage of Art in Bloom has been delightful, mon amie!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  5. I think we need to send Birdman to sensitivity training.

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