The Mosaiculture’s International Competition and exhibition features stunning works of living art, with the use of over 22,000 colorful plants. This yearly competition takes place in Montreal, Canada. It kicked off on June 22, and will end on September 29th. There are ten exhibition greenhouses featuring the incredible creations, as well as 30 themed garden viewing areas. People flock from all over the globe to either participate or to view the amazing sights.
Annuals are usually used as the artistic medium in mosaiculture. This style of artwork uses several mediums to create 2D and 3D drawings, designs and sculptures. This art form is unlike the typical topiary pruning, which involves shaping and working with shrubs.
The Mosaiculture's International Competition Wows its Guests
1. Living Art Installations - The mosaiculture competition showcases the potential of plant-based art installations, creating opportunities for public events and art education programs.
2. Sustainable Landscape Theory - Mosaiculture highlights the importance of sustainable landscape design and presents opportunities for innovation in urban green spaces, public parks, and private garden design.
3. Transcending Traditional Gardening Practices - Mosaiculture presents an opportunity to expand the possibilities of traditional gardening practices and incorporate visual art into outdoor exhibitions and events, for example garden weddings and eco-tourism.
1. Public Art - Mosaiculture presents opportunities for public art installations, and for government, private, and non-profit entities to support public art initiatives as part of urban development and beautification efforts.
2. Landscape Design and Architecture - Urban landscape and architecture firms can learn from mosaiculture's techniques and sustainable design philosophy to create innovative landscape architecture solutions for public and private spaces.
3. Tourism and Hospitality - Mosaiculture can drive eco-tourism efforts and provide opportunities for the hospitality industry to create unique outdoor events and experiences, for example botanical garden restaurants and nature-inspired wedding venues.