Art to Inspiration, Hiroshi Matsumoto

February 1, 2012

Today I’m really excited to be a part of this little thing called Art to Inspiration. Supal has organized a group of bloggers to share our inspirations and support upcoming, (sometimes local, sometimes Etsy) artists. Look for more information on Art to Inspiration on Chevrons and Eclairs!
Information on the Art
Title : December 2010 – 4
Name of Artist : Hiroshi Matsumoto
I waited and waited to see what inspiration would strike, and then it hit me. I did something like this about two and a half years ago when my husband and I got married. An artist friend painted a little canvas with my favorite inspiration colors and we built everything in the wedding around that color palette. It was really fun to go back to that idea and find some bouquets inspired by these reds and yellows and even lavender. Take a look!

Bouquets clockwise 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 
Copyright Whitney Curtis 2010-2013

11 thoughts on “Art to Inspiration, Hiroshi Matsumoto

  1. Supal

    What?! That’s so cool Whitney. I never thought of basing everything for a wedding around a painting. I love that idea absolutely love it. You think you would share that painting with us?

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  2. jillian nicole

    Okay, that is a seriously cool idea! I’ve always loved Inspiration Boards for weddings, but having your own painting done–way cooler! So glad to have met you through this, Whitney!:) Are you doing Blog Brunch this Saturday?

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  3. Hogger and Co.

    So pretty to see the muted tones in the flowers that exist in the painting. Nicely put together Whitney; and how cool is it that you did the same for your wedding – what a great idea!

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  4. Emily

    So pretty! I love how they are beautiful muted version of the bright citrus colors! Are those dahlias in the top right pic? I absolutely love those!

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  5. Kate

    I love your idea of choosing bouquets based on the painting! That first one is especially amazing…

    Great idea for your wedding! I might have to steal that… or at least find a painting like this to work from! :)

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