Virtual Bouquet Masterpiece
Virtual bouquet masterpieces are easy to create!
The pink rose bouquet above includes the amazing steel and Prussian blue urn from Cezanne's masterpiece Young Olympians and the pink roses Bewitched, Queen Elizabeth, Sweet Inspiration, the cream and bubble gum pink trimmed rose Secret, the always stunning Double Delight, the grand pink and multicolored Elle, and an assortment of pale pink cabbage roses.
All of roses are virtual additions to Cezanne's masterpiece and were cut out of pictures I took. You can use software like iPhoto and Keynote.
If your wallet is smaller these days but your list of friends and family is still large, you are a lucky person. All it takes is a little time, a willingness to tap some of your creativity and you can send a wonderful one-of-a-kind picture to someone you love, family, friends or someone who needs to know they are remembered.
An Easy to Make Queen Elizabeth Virtual Bouquet for A Friend
I used some of my photos, the iPhoto application and keynote to make this virtual bouquet. You make prefer other applications. You can also check on-line for free applications if some of these and much more pricey apps are not on your shopping list this year.
If you want to take the flowers you have and combine them with a masterpiece,go to Wikimedia Commons and look in the public domain section for something to inspire you. There are some wonderful paintings. It is like your own virtual masterpiece museum.
Making bouquets with master artists also helps you to better see the magic they made with their brush and color selection. Amazing too how even just a few pink roses blend into such priceless beauty.
Learn from The Masters When You Create Your Own Real Bouquets
If you are lucky enough to have such a grand vase, you want to consider scale and proportions. The number and volume of flowers you collect for your bouquet should match the size of the container you select.
A simple glass or ceramic vase can turn even a few flowers into a gracious and beautiful arrangement. Edouard Manet's and Pierre-Auguste Renoir's paintings below feature just such vases and bouquets.