Spring Fever

“Spring Fever” was everywhere at The Bouquets to Art exhibit that interprets the art of the De Young Museum of Fine Art in San Francisco. I love the interpretations of floral designs of the various art works. “You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep spring from coming, ” wrote Pablo Neruda. In this year of a drought in the San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California, winter did not show its face. So, the idea of a coming of spring doesn’t have the same meaning that it does it other parts of the country. But, even so, Percy Bysshe Shelley wrote, “If winter comes, can spring be far behind?” Enjoy these images of Spring Fever at the De Young.

Metcalf's" Winter's Festival" & Alexander

Metcalf’s” Winter’s Festival” & Alexander


From Bouquets to Art 2014

From Bouquets to Art 2014


From Bouquets to Art 2014

From Bouquets to Art 2014


From Bouquets to Art 2014

From Bouquets to Art 2014

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