In Bloom

In Bloom Graphic

Exhibit Dates: March 26–April 17, 2021
Gallery Hours: Friday & Saturday, 1:00–5:00pm

“Where flowers bloom so does hope.” – Lady Bird Johnson

With winter beginning to wane, we welcome Spring and the vibrant colors and smells the season brings. The change in seasons refreshes our senses and renews the soul.

“In Bloom” evokes images of leaves sprouting and plants flowering; the environment waking from a cold sleep. But it is also a useful metaphor for the growth and vigor and change we find in ourselves.

Leaving 2020 behind, what are the “seeds” you planted in the New Year that you are hoping to grow in this season of transition and transformation? What blooms in your literal or metaphorical environment?

Exhibit Winners

Best in Show
Katrina Benson, Season of Possibilities
 
1st Place: Alecia Underhill, Lenten Rose
2nd Place (tied): Chris Hill, Nightshade Nocturne
2nd Place (tied): Denise Volkert, Waking Up
3rd Place: Eric Vogel, Winter Watering
 
Honorable Mentions
Elaine Benevides, Six of One
Linda Bissell, Butterflies in the Meadow
Linda Boisvert-DeStefanis, Welcome Spring
Gail Martinez, Tulips in Repose
Laura Moorehead, Wilting Gracefully
Allegra Murray, Hope Blooms 2021
Michelle Phillips, Surface Level
Joan Sonnanburg, What’s in a Name: Still Life in Bloom

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Thanks to our Jurors
Thomas Schoeller
Deborah Leonard

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