Sunday, May 8, 2011


For one weekend every spring, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts invites dozens of local garden clubs to create a floral arrangement inspired by a painting in the gallery.  "Art in Bloom" combines both forms of expression, in paint and in flowers, in delightful compositions.  An added bonus this year is an exhibition in glass by the master glass blower Dale Chihuly that features giant swirling chandeliers, gardens, vases of blooms, a ceiling of shells and starfish and a boat of glass fantasies that resemble a large banana split or bowl of fruit salad, you decide.  The Chihuly exhibit will be open until August 7, 2011.

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