Flo­ral artists back

The Northland Age - - Local News -

The Kaitaia Flo­ral Art Club’s first club day of the year chal­lenged mem­bers to in­ter­pret A Mo­ment in Time .

The aim was still life, with plant ma­te­rial and inan­i­mate ob­jects used to form a uni­fied dis­play of rhyth­mic forms, tex­tures and colours, with plant ma­te­rial sub­or­di­nate.

Com­po­nents as dis­parate as a cup and saucer, grapes and kina shells were ar­ranged to re­late to each other or a theme, ei­ther pe­riod, tra­di­tional or con­tem- po­rary.

Pres­i­dent Raewyn Har­ri­son demon­strated this month’s Euro­pean mass design, and Pat McKen­zie showed mem­bers how to in­cor­po­rate can­dles into a design.

The next club day is Mon­day March 26, at the Corner­stone Church in Kaitaia on the cor­ner of Matthews’ Ave and Watt Street, 10am-2pm. New­com­ers are wel­come.

Raewyn Pen­nell said the cur­rent crop of novices were show­ing great prom­ise.

Phone pres­i­dent Raewyn Har­ri­son on (09) 409-4959 for fur­ther de­tails.

TEA AND GRAPES: Kim White’s win­ning (pe­riod) novice en­try.

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