" Traveling in Argentina- Viajar en Agentina"
Design Entry Chairman/Consultant: Ellen Daly, 360-485-5253, email@example.com
WIN 1ST, 2ND, 3RD AND HONORABLE MENTION RIBBONS AND BEAUTIFUL ROSETTES
Eligible for Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs Past President Awards; Carolyn Erickson All Fresh Design Award and Ellen Swenson Flower Arrangement Award, Phyllis Danielson Table Setting Award, and Judith Juno Petite Design Award. Also eligible for the Brynn Tavasci Recycling Award, Designers Choice Award, Tri- Color and Table Artistry Award.
EVERY ENTRY IN DIVISION II, III, IV, AND V MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A LISTING OF THE NAMES OF THE PLANTS USED IN THE ENTRY.
A NEW design Section has been added to the schedule to encourage novice designers from the community ….Section D "Fiesta". Pre-Registration is required as with other design entries. Contact the Section consultant listed below. (See Special Rules #1) District garden club members are eligible for NATIONAL GARDEN CLUB Top Exhibitor Awards. Bring your design entry on Tuesday, July 30th between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. to the Thurston Expo Center to be entered in the show. Your container should be removed on Sunday August 4th after the fair closes, between 8-9 p.m. or Monday, August 5th between 9 - 11 a.m.
SPECIAL RULES FOR DESIGN
GLOSSARY FOR DESIGN
ABSTRACT DESIGN: Designs in which there is a dominance of components chosen for their non-naturalistic character and/or organized in a non-realistic, non-naturalistic manner. ACCESSORY: A subordinate object other than plant material used in a design e.g. a figurine, rock, etc. CREATIVE DESIGN: Designs that result from the creative ideas of the artist, using plant material and other components to organize the design elements within the limits of the principles of design. This type includes Abstract. CREATIVE LINE DESIGN: A Creative design in which line direction is dominant, characterized by open silhouette, a minimum of plant material and other components. Dominant feature is the movement in any direction, either vertically, horizontally, diagonally, etc. DECORATIVE UNIT: In a Table Class, floral designs with or without other components such as candles or other accessories if any. DESIGNERS CHOICE: Designers choice of plant material. EXHIBITION TABLE SETTING: Components relating to the service of food artistically arranged without consideration of functional placement. It may not include a completed decorative unit, but must include some plant material placed artistically. FUNCTIONAL TABLE SETTING DESIGN: Planned and set for actual service of food; table could function for dining as displayed. Must have a completed decorative unit. MASS DESIGN: A large quantity of plant material in closed silhouette, fully developed focal area, yet defined linear pattern. MULTI-RHYTHMIC DESIGN: Multi-rhythmic designs include lines of plant materials that flow in two or more directions.. Designs in this Division are eligible for NGC Top Exhibitor Awards, WSFGC Past President’s Awards and Local Thurston County Fair Top Awards.
Section "A" - "On the Dance Floor- En la pista de baile"Section Consultant: Joan Boone, 360-352-4803
Designers Choice –fresh plant material, dried plant material, or a combination of both.
Eligible for Designers Choice Award
Section "B" – "Hospitality-Hospitalidad" Section Consultant: Sandra Zacher, 360-496-8472
Eligible for the Table Artistry & Phyllis Danielson Awards
Section "C" - "Small Flowers-Paquena Flores"
Section Consultant: Barb Trudnak, 360-489-0197
Petite designs-all staged on one 8’ table
All plant material must be fresh (not dried decorative wood such as driftwood) used, must be fresh or may be manufactured. Lumber built structures & frames allowed.
Eligible for the Judith Juno Petite Design Award & Carolyn Erickson Fresh Award.
Section "D" - "Community-Comunidad"
Section Consultant: Ellen Daly, (360) 485-5253