Bouquets to Art at the de Young Fine Arts Museum

The de Young Fine Arts Museum in San Francisco is one of my favorite museums in California. I’ll admit that I’m not a big fan of the architecture but the Museum has been host to some wonderful exhibits, including the Oscar de la Renta Retrospective that took place almost exactly one year ago. The museum’s observation deck is also a “must see”, offering a 360-degree panoramic view of the City by the Young Museum via Reviving CharmThis year visiting the annual Bouquets to Art exhibit at the de Young Museum was on the list of things to do while in San Francisco these past few days. The week-long art and floral event took place from March 14 – March 19, 2017, and celebrated its 33rd year. This is an event that calls upon some of the most talented floral designers to come up with fanciful arrangements inspired by the artwork and sculpture housed at the Museum. Given that today is the first day of Spring, I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to share a few of the floral displays there were exhibited at the Bouquets to Art this year and in years past.bouquets to art de young museum

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Three images above: courtesy of the de Young Museum of Fine Arts.

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2 thoughts on “Bouquets to Art at the de Young Fine Arts Museum

  1. Karen B. says:

    What a beautiful exhibit. I always wonder how often they have to remake the arrangement when it’s on display? I saw several pieces of art that were lovely, as well. Thanks for sharing. I agree, I don’t care particularly for the modern look to the outside building, but that wouldn’t stop me from going inside with such beauty to be seen.

  2. After Orange County says:

    What an amazing show! I love floral arrangements and some of these are truly works of art for sure. I’ve never heard of this exhibition so thank you for the introduction. I too was wondering how often the floral designers must remake them. What a labor that must be!

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