FLORAL DESIGN

Design Types

An Exhibition Table

 

is an artistic arrangement of decorative unit or plant material and dining components staged with no consideration for functionality. 

Gerry Ford's Table Artistry Award

Winner 2014 GCI Miniature Flower Show

A Transparency Design

 

is a  creative design including see-through element(s) that permit some components to be viewed through others thus creating more visual depth.

Dave Robson's Designer's Choice & Award of Design Excellence Winner

2014 GCI Miniature Flower Show

A Functional Table

 

is an exhhibit planned and set for actual service of food, capable of functioning for dining as displayed.  Exhibits must contain a decorative unit and typically include dishes, beverage containers, table covering(s) and napkins.

Mindy Bourne's Award Winner

2014 GCI Miniature Flower Show

Lori Gangloff's Award Winner

2014 GCI Miniature Flower Show

An Illiminary

 

is a creative design incorporating light(s) for special effect as an integral part of the design.

 

 

Anita Wallbaum's Award Winner

2014 GCI Miniature Flower Show

A Parallel Design

 

is a creative design in which three or more groupings of plant material and other optional components are placed in a strong parallel manner in a single container, on a base or both.  Multiiple containers/bases may be used if combined so as to appear as one unit.  Direction may be verticle, horizontal or diagonal.

Lois Ware's Tricolor Award Winner

2014 GCI Miniature Flower Show

Karen Johanson's Blue Ribbon entry

2014 GCI Miniature Flower Show


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