Exhibition: Wreath Interpretations

Central Park West

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Parks & Recreation is pleased to present the 29th annual Wreath Interpretations exhibition, a holiday tradition at the Arsenal Gallery in Central Park. Among the fine artists, horticulturalists, and other creative individuals who have created this year’s wreaths are artist Cara Enteles, artist/taxidermist Takeshi Yamada, and Parks’ blacksmith Larry Hagberg. This year’s exhibition offers an eclectic collection of over 30 wreath interpretations, from classic organic to contemporary styles. More traditional wreaths are made from birch bark and harvested rice stalks, while other artists used more eclectic materials, such as paintbrushes, chopsticks, soldered metals, piano keys, a doily measuring 8’ and even money! This year, artists have approached a number of different themes including the use of animal furs in fashion, worldwide drought, extinct Pterodactyls, the 99%, and the coronation of Roman Emperor Charlemagne.
  • Event Category Holiday Events, Art Exhibits
  • Event Cost Free
  • Event Ages 6-9, 9-12, 12+

Event Location

Central Park West

15 Central Park W
New York, NY 10025

(212) 247-6949