Futuristic - the 2012 Festival Floral Art Exhibitions
Caroline Bay Hall
Saturday November 24 1.00pm to 5.00pm, Free Entry
Sunday November 25. 10.00am to 4.00pm. Free entry with Market Day Ticket.
The Caroline Bay Hall will be full of fantastically creative designs from the region’s top floral artists in two exhibits that will stretch your mind and imagination.
The South Canterbury Floral Art Group (inside the Hall) and the Timaru Floral Art Group (in the foyer) present Futuristic.
A look into what is yet to come – expect some surprises. These amazing designers use the skills and techniques of their craft to surpass the ‘simple’ flower arrangement and produce exciting, exotic and thought provoking forms of art.
Timaru Floral Art
In the Caroline Bay Hall Foyer:
The group has been inspired by the title “Futuristic”. The women involved have used their skills, creativity and very interesting materials for this large design. I am sure you will enjoy your short enlightening journey through our “Futuristic”.
The design has been completed by Joan Tonks (Convenor), Lynda Fowler, Gayleen Atwool, Margaret Eunson, Delwyn Shand, Bernadette O’Reilly, Marilyn Davis and Rachael Mcintosh.
South Canterbury Floral Art
In the Caroline Bay Hall:
Lynda Leary – Geraldine Floral Art Group
What will it be – will it be Dried Barren or will it be fresh lush luminous. That’s for us all to play a part.
Eleanor Humphries - Temuka Clandeboye Floral Art Group
Towards Tomorrow – European Inspired
Gislinde Folkerts – Geraldine Floral Art Group
Lynn Chave, Lil Bailey, Shirley Halkett, Gail Laurie & Gloria Jensen - Waimate Floral Art group
Jan Chambers – Timaru Floral Art Group
The World Evolves
The design was inspired by the ever circular movements the earth takes and where we are going.
Sue Newbigging – Timaru Floral Art Group
Through the Mist – a spectacular contemporary design using extreme elements
Margaret Meyer, Vivian Tumaru, Shirley Abraham - Waimate Floral Art Group
Helen Spencer – Te Ngawai Floral Art Group
Onward and Upward and don’t look back - “There’s no future living in the past”
Gayleen Atwool – Timaru Floral Art Group
Carbon Overload – the carbon of the earth and the future of the indoor plants
Barbara Watt, Lois Frazer and Carol Wilson - North Otago Floral Art Group
Roses in the Future
Panaché by Dawn Esler
Ellerslie Flower Show 2012 in the Floral Art Exhibition "A Passion for Fashion"