Reedikulus Polychrome Wild Flower

Participatory, Temporary June-October, 2019, City Park
The Reedikulus Polychrome Wildflower, created by Wonewoc artist Peter Krsko, was inspired by one of Wisconsin's native wildflowers, the Black-eyed Susan, and the second in a series of similar works.  A temporary, participatory installation, visitors to City Park were invited to add colored twine to complete the petals of the flower.  The wooden base was 15' in diameter and 20' tall.
This project was supported in part by a grant from the Reedsburg Arts Committee.
Image of artist Peter Krsko
Image of visitors tying strings to the Wildflower
Image of visitors interacting with the Wildflower.
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