Friday, May 03, 2013

Art in Bloom #8


Not all of the art works were paintings; floral interpretations also included sculptures and Asian bowls and other kinds of art pieces. (Artist unknown)






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    1. Please, no proselytizing on this blog. Thank you!

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  2. A with of flowers and floral decorations is all to the good :-)
    PS Thank you for the link - most encouraging :-)

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  3. Wonderful series, Kate! Thank you very much for sharing it with us.
    I love the Margritte arrangement and the one with the Baby's Breath in place of lace curtains.
    True artists. those artisans!

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  4. I love this one too! You've shown us some real beauties!

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  5. Ah, such creativity. Actually, I've enjoyed your posts very much. That's probably because at one time I was known as the flower of our family. Well, they didn't say that. They said I was a bloomin' idiot!

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  6. I just noticed the book list in your sidebar. I have been on a Henning Mankell kick this year, too. Give Jo Nesbo a try. His protagonist is an equally dark and dour and flawed detective.

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