|Yukiko's Floral Design Studio -- Kentfield/Greenbrae, California 94904
Bouquets to Art by Yukiko: Artistry Comes First...
Original Designs Installed at de Young Museum, San Francisco, 2002 to Present
Guide to Yukiko's Floral Designs
Joshua Johnson African American
painter (1763 -1824) portrait of
Letitia Grace McCurdy.
Bouquet flowers include deep red
leucadendron "Safari Sunset", various
whites, lisianthus, Asiatic Lily, others.
Shape and colors in Yukiko's floral design
reflect vibrant themes in Johnson's art.
Bouquet to Art
gilt wood and
Installed at Palace of
the Legion of Honor,
In Willard L. Metcalf's 1913 painting,
The Winter's Festival, green and
russet colors underlay the landscape.
In Yukiko's bouquet, budding pussy
willows overlay blowing snow above white
blanket of lilies. Russets of cymbidium
sprigs and pussy willow branches
harmonize the greens of calla lilies and
Anthony van Dyck: Marie-Claire de
Croy, with her Son Phillip-Eugenie,
1634 -- Yukiko's flourishing bouquet
simulates the artist's bold, richly
coloured court portrait.
|Ultramarine Stemmed Form
with Orange (Persian series)
1988, blown glass sculpture,
American Decorative Art
de Young Museum
Foreground bouquet 2011
Lady in Black with Spanish Scarf,
1910, Robert Henry (1865-1929)
The painter put it all in the scarf,
Yukiko's design follows his eye with
white phaelanopsis, dramatic sweep.
Bouquets to Art 2007 by
Limestone Stela with Ix
from southern Mexico /
Mother Earth, 1912, Chiura Obata
Yukiko has exhibited her floral
designs in the SF Museums' Bouquets
to Art since 2002. The Covid
pandemic interrupted this year's
event; however, nearly all her
previous museum installations are
shown on this page.
The North Korean "wanna cry" So, here they are.
internet virus destroyed many of
these original image files. In most
cases we retrieved duplicate files
from elsewhere on the internet.
Bouquets to Art 2002, By Yukiko Neibert
Installed at Palace of the Legion of Honor
Envoi to Bouquets to Art 2002, Porcelain Room, Palace of
the Legion of Honor, San Francisco -- bouquet installed
on site by Yukiko