|SOURCE Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal|
Sunday, 20 December 2015
Living Plant Sculptures of EXPO 2016 on Canadian press
Living Plant Sculptures to be located on an area of 15 acres at the Exhibition Area of EXPO 2016 Antalya had a press coverage in Canada. In the article of “Le Journal de Montréal” Newspaper published in the State of Québec, plant sculptures to be displayed at the exhibition area were defined as “magnificent and spectacular”. The article also stated that the most magnificent work would be the Asian woman figure surrounded by silk worms on the branches of a mulberry tree with the following words: “This magnificent work symbolized the Silk Road and will surely be breathtaking. The work will also display animal figures reminding the groups carrying loads on the historical Silk Road. Another central piece to be designed by MIM will be a mammoth that is 7 meters tall”.
From left to right: Louis L. Roquet, chairman, International Mosaiculture of Montreal; Gérard Battika Emin, Honorary Consul General of Turkey to Montreal; Levent Murat Danisman, Deputy Secretary-General, Expo 2016 Antalya Agency; Lise Cormier, Executive Vice President and General Manager, International Mosaiculture of Montreal.