The theme of the flower show is "Art in Bloom" with each installment representing a major movement in art history such as classical art or pop art. This sculpture of David greets visitors as they enter the show. Psychedelic colored lights, shining on the statue, created a fascinating introduction to the show.
Notice the changing lights.
Notice in the very large installment below the flowers beneath the sheer fabric. A number of paintings from the great Masters were projected onto the fabric. This was the Renaissance Garden.
The piece below reminds me of the works of Joan Miro.
The floral selection complements this "Piet Mondrian" piece, below, perfectly! The gardens in the photo above and below are both part of the Modern Garden.
There were a number of installments that were reminiscent of Dale Chihuly's glass works.
The amaryllis in this photo appears to be floating. In fact, there are mirrors which create interesting illusions.