Smith’s Florist and Gift Shoppe is creating a unique tropical floral interpretation of art to welcome the Fine Arts Museum of Gloucester to Main Street. In addition, Smith’s is also supporting the seventh annual Gloucester Arts Festival by creating a floral interpretation of one of the pieces of art from this year’s festival.
“Art is an important part of Gloucester Main Street,” owner Michael Richardson of Smith’s Florist said. “Creating one-of-a-kind tropical interpretations of art pieces is our way to welcome Gloucester’s Fine Arts Museum while celebrating the seventh annual Gloucester Arts Festival throughout the month of June. Designer-inspired floral arrangements are a way Smith’s brings art to Main Street on a daily basis.”
The Cook Foundation opened the Fine Arts Museum of Gloucester (located at Main Street Center) on Tuesday, showcasing the acquisition of more than 300 works and artifacts by Kacey Carneal (1935-2022), a self-taught native folk artist who painted at her G...
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