This year’s exhibition includes wreaths by more than 40 artists, designers, and creative individuals of all ages who have used a variety of unexpected materials to reinterpret the traditional holiday symbol, often with a touch of humor and light-hearted fun. Drawing on themes ranging from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to the bridges of New York City, artists this year have incorporated woven dog leashes, candy, plastic trophies, foil coffee wrappers, and wigs into their wreaths. Celebrate the holiday season with this quirky and one-of-a-kind exhibition.
This event is free and open to the public.
The 37th Annual Wreath Interpretations Exhibition is on display in the Arsenal Gallery on weekdays from December 5, 2019 through January 2, 2020. The gallery is closed on holidays (Christmas Day and New Year’s Day).
Image: Aleksandra Vujkov, Checkmate, salvaged and reused chess books, crepe paper, and cardboard box