The 37th annual wreath interpretations exhibition at the Arsenal Gallery in Central Park opened on December 5th and will run through January 2nd. Plan your visit to see a huge number of wacky and inventive Christmas wreaths!
More than 40 artists will feature their work, made from unusual materials including woven dog leashes, candy, plastic trophies, coffee wrappers and wigs.
This year’s themes will range from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to NYC bridges.
Here are some examples of creative wreath designs from previous years (photo credits to nolagrrlnyc (valary) via Flickr):
Admission to the gallery is completely free and open to the public. It will be open on weekdays until January 2nd.
The Arsenal Gallery is located at 830 Fifth Avenue (at 64th Street, right past the entrance to the park).