Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Mimosa Tree for Lorenzo Lotto's Exhibition

The Scuderie del Quirinale presents for the very first time here in Rome, an exhibition covering the entire artistic output of Lorenzo Lotto - spectacular and solitary master of the Italian Renaissance. Lotto, leaving the tranquil provinces of the Veneto and Marche, lived briefly in Rome itself, but the city showed at the time that it never really understood his work... read more

L'otto in Italian means eight and for the Lotto's exhibition, for March 8, which is International Women's Day, we've been asked to prepare 2 Mimosa Trees for the Ticket Desk. The mimosa (technically, the Silver Wattle) is the symbol of the celebrations of Women's day in Italy and Russia. That was the very first time for me to work with mimosa. Preparing flower arrangement for The Scuderie del Quirinale was the best gift for my first Italian Women's Day! 



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