223: Floral Design, Class 10

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Floral Design, Class 10 - By the Sea
Raoul Dufy, The Three Umbrellas, 1906.
Othon Friesz, The Regatta at Antwerp, 1906.
Henri Charles Manguin, The Port of Saint-Tropez, 1905.
Albert Marquet, The Boardwalk at Sainte-Adresse, 1888.
Floral Design, Class 10 - By the Sea

Exhibitors in Class 10, By the Sea draw inspiration from one of the paintings in the Museum’s permanent collection that features a seaside—be it a beach, boardwalk, or pier.  The designers in this class create arrangements that provide a floral voice for Raoul Dufy’s The Three Umbrellas, Othon Friesz’s Regatta at Antwerp, Henri Manguin’s Port of Saint-Tropez, or Albert Marquet’s The Boardwalk as Sainte-Adresse.  And each entry is limited to 15 inches in design extending from the enter of the pedestal and is viewed from three sides.

Floral Design, Class 11 - Ports of Call
Floral Design, Class 11 - Ports of Call

In this delicious class, exhibitors create a functional table design for two people, depicting a dining experience at an exotic destination—a Port of Call.  Each scene is staged with dishes, glassware, linens, and floral designs on a white cloth draping a 30-inch diameter table.  Each tablescape should be viewed from all sides.