The Arsenal Gallery Presents the 38th Annual Wreath Interpretations Exhibition
Welcome the holiday season with our annual exhibition of imaginative and unusual wreaths!
In our 38th annual Wreath Interpretations exhibition, artists, designers, and creative individuals reimagine the traditional holiday motif with unexpected materials like paintbrushes, newspapers, aluminum cans, coconut husks and shells, work gloves, earrings, grains and spices, and matchbooks. Some wreaths address timely topics like COVID-19, working remotely, and creative reuse and recycling, while others serve as a lighthearted inspiration and symbols of hope.
This fun exhibition is normally on display each year at the Arsenal Gallery in Central Park. While the gallery is closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, we've shared this year's exhibition as an online slideshow featuring a display of each wreath alongside the artist's written interpretation of their work.
Revolutionary Beautiful Gangsta
25 x 25 inches
Wire, tulle, fabric, action model figure, wood, latex, synthetic flowers
RBG Dissents. Ruth Bader Ginsburg will forever be an icon for the modernisms of law. Throughout her life she advocated for the values and interpretations of the constitution that should reflect an equitable, diverse, "True America." She will be missed and NEVER forgotten. Her impact on American law is monumental.
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