Today on Instagram, we hijacked the #museumbouquet hashtag that's going around among museums and other institutions! We thought it was such a good idea, and that it would be even better by opening it up for everyone to play!

We kicked things off with an image of Jeff Koons' "Split-Rocker," which we saw up close and personal at Glenstone Museum in Maryland last summer. We event met a docent who got to plant some of its flowers. What a cool job!

"Split-Rocker" by Jeff Koons, Glenstone Museum, Potomac, MD. Photo by James Khattak, K.Co Photo.

"Split-Rocker" isn't what immediately comes to mind when we think of bouquet or floral art. It was fun to think about interesting ways to interpret the hashtag. What other floral works or floral-ish favorites can you think of? Could be sculpture, photography, public art, land art or installations...consider the possibilities and share with us on Instagram!


  • Find your favorite floral art. This can be something you have on hand, or something you find through researching your favorite museums' or galleries' online pieces. It's virtual, so feel free to search all over the world for your perfect post!

  • Post to Instagram, hashtag #museumbouquet.

  • Tag the artist and museum and art space in your post.

  • Tag three friends to art it forward!

About #VirtualArtAdventures: In response to the current socially distant reality, K.Co and our blog will be all #virtualartadventures, all the time! We'll post a few a week and share even more on our Instagram account, so check in often. We're currently open for consulting engagements on custom virtual art adventures for brands, educators and consumers as well. If we can help, get in touch

Currently accepting projects in Dallas, TX and elsewhere.

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