Art in Bloom 2019 – Art Interpreted in Flowers
Our 2019 collaboration with LBIF and Kean University’s Art Staff didn’t disappoint. We had 18 members interpreting 15 pieces of Art. If you didn’t get the opportunity to stop by our members did an outstanding job. The art work was varied – eggshells in plexiglass, 3d balsa construction through to acrylics & photography….an unusual collection and our members were undaunted. Every piece interpreted was spectacular.
Thank you to all participants – Jennifer Schwab, Jeannette Michelson & Ginny Scarlatelli, Cathy Sutton, Judy Hack, Julie Eller, Betty Frey, Colleen Norton & Helene Palestri, Pam Masturzo, Diane Barbieri & Kathy Gronostajski, Madeline Foley, Michele Farias, Nancy Kunz ( two pieces) ,Bette Dellatorre, Bev Reitinger & Dianne Pleyn and to our helpers, Linda Passaro and Dorian Madreperla. We are looking forward to Art In Bloom 2021! Click on photos to enlarge .
Andrea Rudner & Debbie McWilliams, Co-Chairs Art In Bloom
Art Interpreted in Flowers
Gerbera daisies and Free Spirit roses from the arrangement by Ginny Scarlatelli and Jeannette Michelson.
Ginny Scarlatelli with artist Raymond G. Horner Jr. with the floral arrangement interpreting his work "Untitled".
Jeannette Michelson standing in front of her and Ginny Scarlatelli's interpretation of Raymond G, Horner Jr.'s work "Untitled".
Nancy Kunz and Peter Syak, artist discuss her floral interpretation of his design vessel "Sea Mount".
Betty Frey and Philip Shimko, the artist, enjoying her floral interpretation of his work "Blowing Bubbles".
"Thread the Delirious Needle" and "Of Stains and Remains" by Yasmeen Abdallah was interpreted by Pam Masturzo.
Bev Reitinger and Diane Pleyn seated next to their floral interpretation of Anna Shukeylo work of 14 panels "Untitled]."