Monday, March 8, 2010

Arts and Flowes

March is one of the busiest months in Phoenix with events going on all over town. I think March gets chosen because historically it is one of the best perfect weather months in the nation. One of the events going on this last weekend was the "Arts and Flowers" event at the Phoenix Art Museum. This event is where floral designers create floral arrangements to match artwork on display at the art museum. I did a feature on this same event last year and it was back again this year with more flower arrangements than before. The one I've picture above is so good, it's hard to separate the flowers from the real painting.

12 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

In view of your photo yesterday, I hope none of the floral designers use nasturtiums in their arrangements or people might eat the art.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Very abstract and quite visual, especially on the CDP portal!

Jan
GDP

Steffe said...

Very confusing!

Kate said...

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts does the same thing (wonder if other museums do also?) and it's a popular display. Your photo shows a highly imaginative and creative display!

Kathy said...

My daughter saw exhibit over the weekend and said it was very good.

Magpie said...

They did a wonderful job of marrying the two pieces. Very good. Thanks for sharing.

Jarart said...

Wow! This is amazing.

notaphotographerbutiplayoneontv said...

Sharon, that is a wonderful picture. The colors and the composition are beautiful!

cieldequimper said...

This is excellent stuff! Thanks for sharing it!

JM said...

Sharon, you have chosen the best angle to make me feel confused regarding what's bi or tridimentional! I took a while to figure it out! :-) Fantastic!

Jacob said...

For some reason this reminds me of Disney World...very nice, Sharon!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

super cool image