West Coast artist, Sara Gardner created these floral geometric acrylic paintings as a series of colour and shape experiments.  “I have seen geometric paintings, and I have seen floral paintings, but I have never seen them combined as geometric floral art.”   These are called “queries” because Sara was not certain what the results would be or if she would find them appealing.  She wanted to include flowers or blossoms of some shape or form, and decided that the overall paintings needed to be geometric in nature but not precise like geometry.  Rather, the artworks take on a more painterly quality.  With her self-imposed constraints, you can see how Sara’s completed paintings catch the eye with pops of light and dark, and they all hold complimentary colour schemes, different canvas sizes and depths, and bright, random floral patterns on a grid.  She playfully refers to this art as “some organized chaos in the garden…”