Art of flowers and metalwork

April 10, 2010

Fish, Fowl and Flowers: The Golden Age of Cloisonne is a weekend exhibit at the Walters Art Museum in which floral arrangements by such local garden clubs as Crofton Greenery and Town and Country are displayed alongside Japanese enamels done in the cloisonne style of metalwork formed with ridges to contain fired colored enamel. The display is presented by the Women's Committee of the Walters Art Museum and the Japanese enamels are from the Stephen W. Fisher Collection.

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