We’ve got some very exciting things coming up at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, which runs from the 24th to 28th May. After the gold-medal success of David Ragg’s ‘Progression’ design exhibit at last year’s show, we’re looking to do just as well this time round.
This time David Denyer, who helped put together Progression, is working on a very special piece called A Sense of Perspective. It’s a series of full-size doorways, each of which will be decorated with various flowers. The point of the piece is that when you view it from different angles you always get a new perspective, a flash of colour or view of new flowers.
David is currently working on the piece and will be giving us regular updates as he progresses. You can view David’s RHS Chelsea Show diary entries here.
You’ll be able to see A Sense of Perspective in the Great Pavilion – it shouldn’t be hard to miss! Alongside the design there will be iPads available so you can watch videos to see how the exhibit was created.
Along with working on A Sense of Perspective, both David Ragg and David Denyer will also be putting on floristry demonstrations in the Talking Flowers Design Theatre.
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