Time Out says
The “Wreath Interpretations” exhibit flips the traditional Christmas garland on its head, and puts your homemade attempts at holiday decorations to shame (but it’s really about the thought, right?). For the 38th show, nearly 40 artists, horticulturists, and designers crafted ornaments out of unusual materials: paintbrushes, newspapers, aluminum cans, coconut husks and shells, work gloves, earrings, grains and spices, and matchbooks. Some address timely topics like COVID-19, working remotely, and creative reuse and recycling, while others serve as lighthearted inspiration and symbols of hope. Each wreath featured in the online gallery includes the artist’s written interpretation of their work.