"Prairie Restoration" was the theme of the MEEC show this year (Marianist Environmental Education Center). The show offered viewers a variety of media, including these hanging "blossoms" which were fashioned like pinatas and suspended from the ceiling. Other items were made from Raku pottery, silk for a quilt, straw for a clump like a nest, branches from a birch tree as supports for a ceramic leaf, collage, and traditional watercolor and acrylic. Here you see my "Prairie Biodiversity" painting again with the narrative posted next to it.
The exhibit also had lots of poetry posted on the walls and placed next to relevant photography. It's always a challenge to create and image suitable for the theme but always gratifying when it all comes together.