In Bloom Flower Art

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What a treat!  Went to see the Shoal Creek Gallery  exhibit IN BLOOM / FLORA ARTE + FINE ART

IN BLOOM, is an installation project featuring noted Austin floral designers who find inspiration in contemporary art. FLORA ARTE showcased Benoit Ballon, owner and French master designer at King Florist; Bonni Taylor and Madeleine Landry, whose eclectic spirit defines Posey Design and Floral; Mario Gaitan and Keith Burnham, the seasoned creative duo of Westbank Flowers; Carly Blair, the passionate and talented owner of Margot Blair Floral.

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Gallery owner Judith Taylor invited each designer to create an interpretive installation inspired by works from gallery artists. Drawing on color, composition, texture or simply the subtle hint of suggestion, each guest designer presented an original masterpiece of FLORA ARTE. The first presentation of IN BLOOM was hosted by the gallery in 2009 and drew tremendous crowds. Paintings by four gallery artists were selected for In Bloom 2015: Rene Alvarado, Shawn Camp, Karen Kunc, and Sydney Yeager.

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And stepping into an installation allows you feel you are inside of the art.

Mixing flowers with art...what a delight!

By |2019-05-21T18:03:21-05:00August 22nd, 2015|Flower Power|

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Hi, I’m Lori. I love flowers, spaces with soul and people with heart. My blog Flowers For The People was created to encourage YOU - "the people" to live a more beautiful life through floral design and styling. So come join the movement and let's make something beautiful together.

2 Comments

  1. Betty August 23, 2015 at 6:06 pm

    Lori I feel I am taking the tour at the art gallery with you. The art and the flowers together are just to beautiful for words. Thank you for posting this as I will not be able to go to this gallery but with your beautiful pictures I am able to enjoy it. Thank you for sharing.

    • Lori Friedman August 23, 2015 at 7:44 pm

      I wish you could have joined me Gramby. It was lovely. Maybe next time we can plan for it.

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