At the Garden Club Federation of MA Annual Meeting, I was one of three designers asked to interpret a sculpture created by Rob Lorenson as part of the Natalie Wolf Forum. I choose to replicate some of the shapes and enhance them with an assortment of flowers in complementary colors. The shapes were then organized so the flowers within also created rhythms.
To create my piece, I cut wreath forms made of MDF into pairs of arcs and painted them red. I cut oasis wet foam into shapes to fit between the two pieces. The sides of the foam were covered with pan glue and attached to the MDF pieces. The glue waterproofed the oasis while adhering it to the MDF boards. Once in place, the foam was saturated using a forceful stream from a water bottle.