Mixed-Media Flowers Reader Challenge Results

We invited readers to create mixed-media flowers, and the variety we received amazed us. Welcoming spring in a wonderfully creative way, our readers used everything from metal and fabric to knitting, encaustic, and more. There were even flowers made of mushrooms, lichen, and seeds. Sadly, there were far too many to include in the May/June 2017 issue, but we are thrilled to share more mixed-media flowers with you here.

Loretta Balen • Lynchburg, VA
Loretta Balen • Lynchburg, VA
Carrie Love • Hilliard, OH
Carrie Love • Hilliard, OH
Greta Lyons • Buckinghamshire, U.K.
Greta Lyons • Buckinghamshire, U.K.
Colleen Ray • Morro Bay, CA
Colleen Ray • Morro Bay, CA
Willadene Torbenson • Renton, WA
Willadene Torbenson • Renton, WA
Candy Tutt • Woodland, CA
Candy Tutt • Woodland, CA

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2 thoughts on “Mixed-Media Flowers Reader Challenge Results

  1. Some very nice work….don’t understand why all these pieces could not be included in Magazine. The spread in Magazine more about the background photo then the artwork. You missed the boat with the exclusion of these creative collages. mraz

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