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Reedikulus Polychrome Wildflower

Reedikulus Polychrome Wildflower

Reedikulus Polychrome Wildflower 


The Reedikulus Polychrome Wildflower, created by Wonewoc-based artist Peter Krsko, is a temporary participatory public art piece installed June through October of 2019.  This piece was inspired by the Black-Eyed Susan, a wildflower native to Wisconsin.  Visitors to the park weaved twine between attachment points on the flower frame to complete the colored petals over a period of months.  Materials: lumber and fasteners, colored baling twine.  Dimensions: Diameter, 15', height, 20'.  This project was made possible with support from the Sauk County UW Extension Arts and Culture Committee and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the state of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts, and the City of Reedsburg's Arts Committee.



Families gather around the Reedikulus Polychrome Wildflower during the 2019 Fermentation Fest.

Photographer:  Joann Mundth Douglas, 10/6/2019