My Living Quilt for Santa Rosa installation continues to bloom. It is very hot now in Santa Rosa, over 100 degrees Fahrenheit and it’s also very dry now. Some of the flowers are now making seeds and the plants will hopefully come again next season. Here are some photos of the installation taken this past weekend showing blooming cornflowers and other flowers going to seed. Somehow one red poppy also appeared in this installation!
This artwork was installed on Nov. 25, 2018, and it is located at Rincon Ridge Park in the Fountaingrove area of Santa Rosa, CA. I received a grant from the City of Santa Rosa to do this art project that involves handmade paper and seeds for wildflowers with participation by community volunteers. Check posts from November 2018 and following in this Blog for more information and photos of the changing over time installation. All photos are by my husband Timothy S. Allen (allentimphotos2.wordpress.com).