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Floral Art Schedule 2016-17


NOVEMBER 2016 FLORAL ART BENCH

Artwork images for the November Floral Art bench.  As per the schedule (above) the entrant must choose their own artwork for the Miniature (Class A), but the rest are provided:- 

 Class B (Open) – Picasso “Mediterranean Landscape”

 

Class C (Intermediate) – Cezanne – “Mont St. Victoire”

 

Class D (Novice) – Van Gogh "Woman Picking Flowers"


Another exciting event presented by The Garden Club of Bermuda. 
For two days only, Thursday, November 12 and Friday, November 13, 2015
anyone could take advantage of the chance to discover how art can be translated into floral design, the Charman Prize exhibition at Masterworks and the creations of talented designers from overseas. These are a few of the stunning exhibits on the day, more can be seen on our Facebook page. 

            

     


Sixteen talented floral artists from the U.S. who took part in Art In Bloom


Exciting News!! - The design that Debbie Burville and Cindy Young did for the CFAA (Creative Floral Arrangers of the Americas) in Orlando, Florida last February 2015 is on the cover of their "Design Dimensons" Fall / Winter edition 2015. Plant material includes dried & painted Strelitzia nicolai leaves (orange/black), Croton leaves, Sago palm leaves curled on the right and Pincushion proteas centered.  Well done ladies, we're proud of you!


 



 

ST. GEORGE'S IN BLOOM
Kings Square
Sunday 5th May 2013

 
Anna Fulton and Karen Smith (left) with beautiful arrangements - more can be seen on our Facebook page


 

GIBBONS IN BLOOM


The theme (and story behind it) of the Garden Club's floral entry in the Gibbons in Bloom competition
March 21st to April 1st, 2013

   
Hard at work in the Children's Department, Sue Conyers (left) and Sally Gibbons


The Team: l-r Sue Conyers, Deanna Moss, Maggie Miller, Cindy Young and Sally Gibbons


The completed Bermuda Gombey depicted display in Gibbons Company Church Street window
For more photographs visit our Facebook page (link at the top of the page)



For a selection of Floral Art displays by Garden Club members please browse through the website, notably General Meetings (links at foot of page), 90th Anniversary, International Shows, Workshops and Open Houses and Gardens



Floral Art Workshops meet at 10am on the Saturday prior to General Meetings


DEFINITIONS

Miniature: Not more than 5% in height, width or depth.  This measurement does not apply to the diagonal dimension.  Staged in a framed opening 5 1/2" deep, 56" from the floor.  Space may be altered.
Petite: More than 4", less than 9" in height, width and depth.  The measurement does not apply to the diagonal dimension.  Staged on a table 39" high from the floor.
Small: Not more than 15" in height, width and depth.  This measurement does not apply to the diagonal dimension.  Staged on a table 39" high from the floor.
Niche: 26" wide at the back, tapering to 30" in the front x 25" deep and 36" high.  Placed on a shelf 39" high from the floor, painted pale green
Shelf: 30" wide x 30" deep, 39" high from the floor
Table Space 32" wide x 30" deep, 30" high from the floor
Table: Round cylinder base 30" high.  Refer to the Floral Arts Schedule for top size
Floor: 36" x 36" deep floor space.  No height limit.
Small Pedestal: 9-3/4" wide x 9-3/4" deep (top) x 11-3/4" high overall, painted pale grey.  Refer to the Floral Arts Schedule for staging placement.
Large Pedestal: 15" wide x 15" deep (top) x 36" high overall, painted light beige

FLORAL ART RULES

FLORAL ART GLOSSARY (updated Apr 2014)