A customer comes into your shop carrying a gorgeous oval bowl. It’s very large and low, and has a pale gray crackled glaze. He tells you it’s a bonsai container that he picked up during a trip to

A customer comes into your shop carrying a gorgeous oval bowl. It’s very large and low, and has a pale gray crackled glaze. He tells you it’s a bonsai container that he picked up during a trip to Japan. He asks you to make an arrangement of fresh flowers that will be placed in this bowl. The arrangement will then be displayed in the foyer of his business for a celebration that will take place there next week. The furnishings in the foyer are very modern. The bowl will be placed on a counter, so the arrangement will be visible from both sides. The customer says that the colors in the foyer are black, white, and gray. He wants an artistic arrangement that suits the bowl. After he leaves your shop, you decide that a parallel-systems floral design is just what this container needs. 2. You decide to cover the bare foam that’s left visible in this striking, contemporary arrangement with maroon leaves that have an interesting gray reverse. You place the leaves on top of each other so that the edges of many of the leaves form a flat pattern and all the foam disappears. This technique is called basing by A. pavé. B. terracing. C. layering. D. pillowing

 

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