The Art of Flowers Series: Bella Meyer Interprets Marc Chagall-October 1, 2015

It is hard to talk about Bella Meyer without using the word “energy.” She has energy both in her presentation of the works of her grandfather, Marc Chagall, and in the flurry of flowers that she uses in her compositions. The painting she chose had dynamism that almost asks the viewer to participate in it as the painted figure flies off the canvas. Using curly willow as a base, we fashioned delphiniums, gladiolas, hydrangeas, roses and lemon leaf into an arrangement that truly caught the spirit of the Chagall masterpiece, “The Bride with Two Faces.”

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