Spilling Over by Patricia Tobacco Forrester

June 2008
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Jun2008, Vol. 83 Issue 6, p625
Academic Journal
The article features the painting "Spilling Over," by Patricia Tobacco Forrester. It mentions that the painting is a watercolor of pink and blue morning glories, orange day lilies and green undergrowth. The title of the work implies the existence of a planter that cannot contain the natural power of the blossoms, and the character of the medium allows the hues to ebb and flow, creating a seascape of petals and vines. The painting is located in the south wall of the Hilton Building subway level.


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