HARRISON'S FLOWER - FLOWER
HARRISON'S FLOWER - MAKING FLOWERS FROM PAPER
- (Harrison's Flowers) Harrison's Flowers is a 2000 French film by Elie Chouraqui. It stars, among others, Andie MacDowell, Elias Koteas, Brendan Gleeson, Adrien Brody, Marie Trintignant, Gerard Butler and David Strathairn.
Glorious Garden Flowers in Watercolor
With a seductive painting style described as "realism with a soul," Susan Harrison-Tustain casts new light on a favourite subject among watercolourists. She captures the "essence" of her flowers in their natural settings, complete with bumblebees, dew drops, and other whimsical touches of life. Artists will learn her unique priming method, along with other techniques for creating vibrant colours, realistic textures and lively light. There are three complete step-by-step painting demonstrations and 14 mini-demos.
Harrison's Yellow.......A favorite rose of mine.......Very common all around Vermont.
"A true American old rose is the Harrison's Yellow, which was discovered on a farm on Manhattan in 1837 (before the island was taken over completely by the city of New York). So popular was this sunny flower that pioneer women routinely took cuttings to carry with them across the wilderness to their new homes in the west. In fact, it would almost be possible to follow the progress of the pioneer trail by observing the plantings of Harrison's Yellow across the country!"
Flowers on George Harrison's star in front of the Capitol Records Tower in Hollywood, CA
George Harrison's star in front of the Capitol Records Tower in Hollywood, California.
photo taken on December 1, 2010.
Andie MacDowell (FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL) stars in the compelling story of one woman's determination to find her husband Harrison (David Strathairn, L.A. CONFIDENTIAL), a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist. He is reported as missing while on a dangerous assignment covering a war in a foreign country. When Harrison is presumed dead by his colleagues and editor, only Sarah believes that he is still alive. Driven by intense passion she courageously plunges into a land ravaged by war, risking her own life as she engages in a relentless search to find him.
An implausible plot doesn't prevent Harrison's Flowers from being a harrowing and moving depiction of the cost of war. Andie MacDowell stars as Sarah Lloyd, the wife of a photojournalist reported lost in the 1991 civil war raging between ethnic divisions in the former Yugoslavia. Refusing to believe her husband is dead, Sarah flies to Austria and then drives into the heart of the war, where she teams up with other photographers (Adrien Brody and Brendan Gleeson), who help her find a small town where her husband was last seen--while all around them rages one of the most horrific conflicts of the late 20th century. The story is barely credible, but the depiction of the war itself is stunning, and the depiction of the lives of photojournalists--partly thrill-seeking voyeurs, partly truth tellers--is complex and compelling. Though MacDowell isn't a great actress, all the performances are solid, and Brody is outstanding. --Bret Fetzer
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