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6270 Highway 357
Campobello, SC 29322
Campobello SC News
Apr 28, 2016
A perennial favorite, MFA's 'Art in Bloom' is a fusion of flowers and art
Art in Bloom for nearly two decades.
In contrast to the solemn mood of the Major Savage portrait, the painting “Summer at Campobello, New Brunswick,” by Edward Wilbur Dean Hamilton, evokes the leisure of a lazy summer day by the water. Well-dressed Victorian woman dine on a house porch and socialize by its stairs.
“I was really happy to get it,” said Jane Bogarty of Marshfield, an interior designer who worked with fellow Norwell Garden Club member Susan Solis. “The style for Victorian flowers was full and lush and overflowing and I knew right away I would do something like that.”
In a sage green container, she arranged peonies, roses, sea holly, ferns and ivy that complement the painting’s red rocking chair and tree flowers and blue dresses and water.
“I wanted to create something that looked like it could have been part of the scene,” she said.
Bogarty, who came to Art in Bloom for years before participating as an arranger, is looking forward to taking the tours.
“I always learn something, and the arrangements make me look at the works more closely,” she said.
Other Art in Bloom works include Degas’ sculpture “Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer,” an Egyptian bead net dress from 2500 B.C., a Bodhisattva of Compassion from 12th century China, and a crayon drawing of female socialites in the 1960s by fashion illustrator Kenneth Paul Block.
A highlight is the “Director’s Choice” arrangement by the Weston Garden Club, in recognition of the museum’s new director, Matthew Teitelbaum. It’s inspired by the carved mantelpiece in the recently restored Hamilton Palace Dining Room. Additionally, the museum’s courtyard, entryways and other open spaces will showcase about 20 arrangements from professional designers.
IF YOU GO
WHAT: Art in Bloom
WHEN: April 30-May 2; tours run 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and free lectures are 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 11 a.m. - noon Monday. A Community Day Sunday features art activities and live performances.
WHERE: Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston
COST: $25 adults; $23 seniors and students 18 and older
CONTACT: 617-267-9300, www.mfa.org
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