Today is the Fenimore Art Museum's Art in Bloom event, and the galleries look so good I had to share a few samples from the folk art gallery. Art in Bloom is all about using floral arrangements to interpret art. We are very lucky to have the local Lake and Valley Garden Club to undertake this effort for us. They got together 20 different arrangements that are all on view today and tomorrow. The one above is an interpretation of our great Grandma Moses painting, "Sugaring Off." You can see a variety of ways that the floral artists use color and composition to make their own versions of the paintings.
This is a bouquet in honor of our Washington and Liberty window shade, the subject of one of my previous posts.
This one interprets a terrific crazy quilt in the gallery.
And this one is a lively rendition of our folk portrait, "Picking Flowers," by Samuel Miller.
Enjoy the flowers on this beautiful weekend!