Chase participates in Fine Arts & Flowers

Genny Chase created a floral interpretation of the painting "Jungle Jim Liberman" by Nicholas Krushenick.

RICHMOND—On October 20, Genny Chase, past president of the Kilmarnock Garden Club, created a floral design inspired by works in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for the “Fine Arts and Flowers” exhibit. More than 80 floral interpretations were provided by designers from The Garden Club of Virginia, Virginia Federation of Garden Clubs, Garden Clubs of Virginia and, this year, Ikebana of Richmond.

Chase said, “We were asked to give interpretative remarks on how we chose the components used in our floral design, my remarks were ‘Wow! Terrific color, fantastic dynamics; but what is dominant? I asked myself…I think it will be left up to the viewer?’

“The metal container is one I already had, and it worked perfectly to convey the dynamic energy of the….

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