Art in Bloom • March 23-26, 2017
Interpreting Martin Puryear’s sculpture, Maroon, for Milwaukee Art Museum’s Art in Bloom 2017 took time and contemplation. You cannot interpret art with a simple glance. One must pause, contemplate, investigate to come to a deeper understanding. We believe this to be true when assessing people as well, and worked to illustrate this with natural elements. Our floral creation shows an elegant face to the viewer while revealing a rainbow effect made of bulb plants within it. Come and explore all the creative installations!
Martin Puryear’s minimalist sculpture, Maroon, with its bulbous shape, circular wooden cap, and variety of materials and textures, reflects the artist’s ability to create subtle contradictions within a singular form.
Deb and Ron’s floral creation follows Puryear’s rejection the industrial materials commonly associated with the Minimalist movement, in favor of those more organic in nature.
Deb Fowler & Ron Mroczenski stand beside their creation at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Art in Bloom 2017
Floral Installations are located on the first floor of the Milwaukee Art Museum
The Flower Lady’s floral installation juxtaposed next to Maroon, Martin Puryear’s minimalist sculpture, at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Art in Bloom 2017
Ron Mroczenski and Deb Fowler’s floral interpretation of Martin Puryear’s minimalist sculpture, Maroon, at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Art in Bloom 2017
Come visit our pop-up shop at Art in Bloom 2017. Just inside the main museum entrance to the left.
Day 3 at Milwaukee Art Museum: ART IN BLOOM
The Milwaukee Art Museum is abuzz with admirers at Milwaukee Art Museum — the perfect combination of art and flowers! Be sure to stop in and see The Flower Lady’s floral interpretation by Deb Fowler and Ron Mroczenski’s of Martin Puryear’s minimalist sculpture, “Maroon,” thru Sunday. Come and explore all the creative installations!