Thursday, February 21, 2013

Art in Bloom Floral Symposium and Luncheon

The Dallas Museum of Art League will welcome Bella Meyer, granddaughter of artist Marc Chagall and owner of Fleurs Bella Beautifiers, the elegant flower shop near New York’s Union Square, as the guest of honor at the annual Art in Bloom 2013 Symposium, Fashion Show, and Luncheon scheduled for Monday, March 25. The Honorary Chairmen of Art in Bloom 2013, titled Chagall: Bouquets of Love, are Harriett Gibbs and Diane Sealy, longtime supporters of the arts in Dallas and master floral enthusiasts.

Art in Bloom 2013: Chagall: Bouquets of Love coincides with the DMA’s presentation of Chagall: Beyond Color, on view February 17–May 26, 2013. The exhibition, seen exclusively in the U.S. at the DMA, celebrates the breathtaking scope of artist Marc Chagall, focusing on his work in three dimensions. The event will showcase Ms. Meyer as she shares her love of blossoms and her grandfather’s influence on her artistic development as a floral designer. She will create one-of-a-kind floral interpretations of her grandfather’s artwork, which will be sold in the silent auction.

As part of the event, a silent auction will feature twenty-five to thirty floral arrangements inspired by works of art in the Dallas Museum of Art created and donated by leading florists in North Texas. Cebolla Fine Flowers has once again committed to be the Floral Sponsor for Art in Bloom. This year’s event will feature a Chagall-inspired fashion presentation sponsored and designed by Allie-Coosh.  Prior to the event, Meyer will conduct a hands-on floral design class for underwriting patrons.  This signature event, held annually, is expected to attract more than three hundred people.  For sponsorship or ticket information, please go online to http://www.DMA.org/AIB or call Karla Preisser at the DMA at 214-922-1391

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