Bouquets to Art 2012

It’s that time of year again. “Bouquets to Art” is showing at the de Young Museum and we’re proud to be exhibiting in the show. This year we decided to stray away from our normal modern art selection and applied for “Lady in Black with Spanish Scarf”  by Robert Henri as our first of five possible pieces. We were given our first choice and the pressure was on! We used steel bar, steel plate, calla lilies and t-leaves to compliment this regal and striking piece.

The painting we were assigned was also used in the collateral for the museum, so we hoped to live up to it’s presence. As the poster behind the ticket booth says, we were both inspired and challenged. Please see what we have done in previous years by looking here and here.

2 thoughts on “Bouquets to Art 2012

  1. Natalie! This is so amazing!!! Wow, I’m really beside myself, I can’t get over how beautiful this is. I’m so impressed. Who did the steel work?

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