The Expert Way to Arrange Flowers—Inspired by a Paul Klee Painting

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The Expert Way to Arrange Flowers—Inspired by a Paul Klee Painting

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I ASSOCIATE EACH month with a color. For June, it’s pink, due to the parade of roses, peonies and foxgloves in my East Coast garden. Accordingly, I chose a painting loaded with the pale hue to fuel my June arrangement: “Hardy Plants” (1934) by Swiss-born artist Paul Klee (1879-1940).

Klee, the son of a professional violinist and a musician himself before turning to art, often imparted a musical quality to his pieces. To me, this…

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