Art Blooms at the Walters Art Museum
Art is in bloom at Baltimore's Walters Art Museum. And so are the flowers.
Three dozen members of local garden clubs have been asked again this year to interpret art on display in the gallery through floral arrangements, and the results will be on display this weekend - and admission is free.
The floral arrangers were asked to take their inspiration from the Japanese cloisonne exhibit currently on display, courtesy of Baltimore collector Stephen W. Fisher.
The pieces are inspired by nature, so the synergy is complete.
Gay Legg, a member of the Saint George's Garden Club out of Northwest Baltimore, has contributed arrangements to this fund-raising effort for nearly half of its 21 years.
(For more pictures from previous Art Blooms exhibits, go to the Walter's Flickr collection.)