Floral Interpretations - Federated Garden Club of Maryland

I was given an opportunity to speak about my photography at annual meeting for the Federated Garden Club's of Maryland in Salisbury earlier this week. Four of my photographs that I selected were assigned to members from across the state to interpret with floral arrangements. The images below show the photograph and the florists' interpretation. Different materials were used in each arrangement based on the design criteria.    

The Wooden Boat hull photograph was interpreted by Sue Hansen of Queen Anne's Garden Club and demonstrated the "Cascade" design.

The Wooden Boat hull photograph was interpreted by Sue Hansen of Queen Anne's Garden Club and demonstrated the "Cascade" design.

The photo of the Red Drum tail was interpreted by Faye Phillips of Dorchester Garden club and illustrated the Low Profile Design.

The photo of the Red Drum tail was interpreted by Faye Phillips of Dorchester Garden club and illustrated the Low Profile Design.

The Annapolis crab feast photograph was interpeted by Gail Willin of Four Seasons Garden Club and demonstrated the "Grouped Mass" design.

The Annapolis crab feast photograph was interpeted by Gail Willin of Four Seasons Garden Club and demonstrated the "Grouped Mass" design.

Bonnie Stevens of Oxford Garden Club demonstrated the "Featured Material" design style with her interpretation of the Smith Island crab scraper. 

Bonnie Stevens of Oxford Garden Club demonstrated the "Featured Material" design style with her interpretation of the Smith Island crab scraper. 

Working the Water exhibit - Chesapeake College

The Working the Water exhibit is up for the month of October in the Todd Performing Arts Center at Chesapeake College on Maryland's Eastern Shore - admission to the exhibit is free and it is open to the public!