April 20, 2012 – August 30, 2012
Flowers and blooming plants have been a focus of artists from antiquity to the present day. They symbolize life and death and everything in between, and are part of rituals the world over. Flowers appear in open fields, in vases and between teeth. They grow, they wilt, they give us perfume and attract insects; they are intertwined with our lives.
A group exhibition of art that explores the cultural and scientific uses of flowers and blooming plants, as well as their form, color and beauty.
Jaime Arredondo, Jessica Baker, Fran Beallor, Lois Bender, Robin Gaynes-Bachman, Norma Greenwood, Phoebe Hawkins, Paul Johnson, Robert Lobe, Carla Lobmeir,
Carol Radsprecher, and Regina Silvers, Michele Brody, Faith Gabel, Michelle Golias, Jean-Marie Guyaux, Eileen Hoffman, Robin Jordan, Miki Katagiri, Catherine Kirkpatrick, Barbara Leven, Rebecca Riley, Ronnie Seiden-Moss, and Caroline Sun
This project is sponsored by: Holiday Inn Manhattan View and Space Realty Group
Viewing Hours: 24/7 at Holiday inn; M-F 10 am-6 pm at Space Realty
For more information, contact:
Mary Pinto ph.917-658-2545 firstname.lastname@example.org
image: “Spring” by Phoebe Hawkins
06/14/2012 - 06/17/2012
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Holiday Inn Manhattan View and Space Realty Group Gallery
39-05 29th Street and 29-09 39th Avenue
Long Island City, New York, 11106
Long Island City
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