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Fleurs De Ville: Artiste
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May 8, 2024 10:00 AM
May 12, 2024 6:00 PM
Yorkville Village was thrilled to host Fleurs de Villes, bringing the community together through the beauty of flowers! They delight the senses and connect us to nature – from the beauty of a single petal to the most elaborately planned garden. Fleurs de Villes cultivates luxury floral events that bloom with happiness. Their name is their guide: Fleurs de Villes means flowers of cities, and in each city they pop up in, they take audiences on a journey of floral discovery – telling stories through flowers while showcasing talented local florists and the partners who support them. To date, they have united over 800 floral artists at more than 95 unique shows in 25 cities across Canada, the United States, England, Scotland, and Australia. They connect floral lovers globally with beautiful works of art, not only at their shows but also through their social media and website, featuring inspiring floral stories from around the world.
Fleurs De Ville: Artiste

Claude Monet, a founding figure of Impressionism, showcased his mastery of light and color in his captivating painting Women in the Garden. Completed in 1866, this work captures a serene moment in time as two elegantly dressed women leisurely converse amidst a lush garden setting. Monet‘s deft brushwork and delicate handling of atmosphere infuse the scene with a sense of tranquility and natural beauty, and hints at his future Impressionist style. Through Women in the Garden, Monet invites viewers to immerse themselves in the serene world of leisure and nature, offering a glimpse into the timeless elegance of 19th-century Parisian life.

Yorkville Village celebrates Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE with this flower-adorned arch inspired by Claude Monet‘s Water Lilies.

This series, painted in Monet’s later years at his beloved Giverny estate, showcases serene ponds adorned with vibrant water lilies, reflecting the shifting nuances of light and atmosphere. Through loose brushwork and a keen observation of nature, Monet imbued his paintings with a sense of tranquility and ethereal beauty, inviting viewers into a world of contemplation and harmony with nature. „Water Lilies“ remains a testament to Monet‘s unparalleled ability to translate the ephemeral into enduring art.