Floral Pet Art Display at the Westminster Dog Show / Meet & Compete 2017

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Felicia C. Greenberg, the owner of Table Art & Event Designs and a New York based visual artist, was honored to announce the launch of her unique Floral Pet Sculpture Exhibition at this year’s Meet & Compete. Felicia celebrated her third consecutive year as the shows featured artist. She unveiled her enchanting displays on Saturday, February 11TH at Pier 94 in New York City.

 The exhibit entitled  Sculptures in the Courtyard was a whimsical collection of several breeds of dogs and cats sculpted from wire and embellished with silk flowers, crystals and vintage trims and fabrics. 

Felicia welcomed vistors to Pass through the garden gates to find a charming courtyard Tableaux Scene Showcasing Forever Floral Dog Sculptures. The flowery dressed pups enjoy a perfect place to while away the afternoon. They watch as passers by admire the gorgeous window displays and stroll into the charming shops in the background. Sit back and join them listen to the sounds of the soothing fountain as they relax in the outdoor cafe enjoying spumous deserts. 

Floral Sculptures and Floor Cloth created by artist Felicia C. Greenberg owner of Table Art & Event Designs.

Plexiglass supplied by Elmont Glass Company

All work is custom created and commissions are available.



Floral Dogs go to the Westminster Dog Show

Have you ever seen Floral Dogs at the Westminster Dog Show? Well they were there in an exhibition created especially for the American Kennel Club / Westminster Kennel Club.

It was a joy to witness the enthusiasm and smiles on the faces of so many visitors who stopped by the display entitled The Dressing Room. The display represented a tableaux scene featuring Borzoi flappers and a Queen Shih Tzu primping in a French boudoir, dressed for a masquerade evening out on the town.

Jaws were dropping, cameras were flashing, and excitement filled the space. Even real dogs got in on the fun as they posed in the still life backdrop. Bichons and Afghans sat in the beautiful setting as they soaked up all the attention. It was difficult to tell the difference between the art sculptures and the real dogs. Only their tail wagging gave it away.

So, a new idea is born! An interactive concept may give me the perfect reason to take this on the road. Wouldn’t you enjoy a beautiful photo of your beloved pet in a unique artistic setting? Where will be the next location?