Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - Gumballs


DSC06475_1433 Wayne Thiebaud gumballs

DSC06473_1431 Wayne Thiebaud gumballs
"Three Machines" (1963)  Wayne Thiebaud (1920 - ) 

DSC06474_1432 J Miller Flowers tag
J. Miller Flowers

16 comments:

Kala said...

Gorgeous display! Amazing how they put the petals together in various colors.

Susan said...

Love it! It's perfect!

Ruth said...

Brilliant conceit! (literary sense :)

California Girl said...

i'm going to read your previous posts to see if this is a floral arrangement contest and where. it is so beautiful.

Yoli said...

So beautiful!!!!

Marilyn said...

A very creative arrangement. I love it! It reminds me of childhood dreams.

Relyn said...

I am just squealing over this!! I LOVE Thiebaud anyway and this is marvelous. Plus, that calligraphy! Oh my!

kath said...

I LOVE THIS.
xo

luluvillage said...

Gumballs!- how perfect! How fun!

margie said...

this kills me. love it.

Ginnie said...

How can you not just smile! :) And guess what: I brought my gumball stand with me to The Netherlands, so I have an extra big smile right now. :D

dutchbaby said...

Dear Kala,
It is indeed an amazing design.

Dear Susan,
Yes!

Dear Ruth,
Aptly put!

dutchbaby said...

Dear California Girl,
Yes, I'm so sorry I failed to give the background information on Bouquets to Art. It is an annual fundraiser for the San Francisco Fine Arts Museums. Floral designers in the area are invited to interpret a work of art from the permanent collection of the De Young Museum. I'm glad you enjoyed this work.

dutchbaby said...

Dear Yoli,
Thanks for visiting.

Dear Marilyn,
You must have had a great childhood :)


Hello Co-Thiebaud-lover Relyn,
Of all the years I've seen this painting interpreted during Bouquets to Art, this one is my favorite. It's just perfect.

dutchbaby said...

Dear kath,
So glad!

dutchbaby said...

Dear luluvillage,
Whoever chooses this painting to interpret must be filled with whimsy.

Dear margie,
I'm glad you and your sister came to visit.

Dear Ginnie,
I am smiling that you brought your gumball stand to Holland, especially because I saw one of the sculptures you did not bring there.

I am also smiling because I have two sets of sisters that visited this post: margie and kath, and you and Ruth.

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