Floral design students end semester in burst of creativity
... before its transport for prominent display in the library.
"L" is for "Larissa" - Larissa Jolene Ealy, that is. The baking & pastry arts student from Jonestown poses with her creation at the ESC ...
... a towering accent to the Madigan milieu.
Ruhl and Josephina R. Hanzel, a baking & pastry arts student from Wellsville, confer on the latter's "waterfall" creation ...
Ikebana, a centuries-old Japanese art of flower arrangement, is expressed in the work of Ares L. Henriquez, from Williamsport. He is enrolled in the college's human services & restorative justice major.
This "garden armature" design was created by Ashley J. Hoffer, of Manheim, an applied management student.
Arranged by Samantha Jo Holdren, of Virginia Beach, Va., this "crescent" arrangement – including feathers and antlers, appropriate to the ESC's natural surroundings – provides a keyhole peek at the bookshelves beyond. Holdren is no stranger to the Allenwood area campus; she is majoring in landscape/plant production technology.
Danielle M. Johnson, an applied management student from Garnet Valley, crafted this eye-grabbing example of a "floral mobile."
... which strikingly adds to the end-of-semester display on main campus. Kaufman is pursuing an associate degree in heavy construction equipment technology: operator emphasis.
Bodie John Kaufman, of Montoursville, finalizes his "horizontal Hogarth" design ...
A Biedermeier-styled floral orb rises from the display table, the work of another heavy equipment operations student: Sadie Louise Miller, of Mill Hall.
Sierra Kay Page gives peace a chance in her "pavé" arrangement, one in which flowers are tightly trimmed and placed very closely together. Page, of Morrisdale, is a health science student.
... which makes a strong statement on the library tabletop.
The Ephrata resident's major – building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration – can't help but add to his structurally sound artwork.
Amid a row of busy hands and masterpieces-in-progress, Grant W. Schaeffer's "cage" arrangement takes shape.
Josh James Smith calls it "abstract," and we call it "beautiful." The electronics & computer engineering technology student is from Whitehall.
A "phoenix" arrangement by business administration student Owen Robert Smith, of Montgomery, erupts in splendor alongside his classmates' artistry.
Back at the floral lab, Alicia Passmore, of Houtzdale, peers through her "armature" design ...