The term wallflower was originally used to describe a shy woman at a dance waiting near a wall or off to the side. While the flowers in this exhibition are on the wall, they are far from dainty or delicate. Wallflower celebrates feminine power and strength united under a single form. The walls are covered with more than 500 flowers, investigating ideas of mass, movement, and unity as the form spans 80 feet. Individual flowers are lost in the whole yet together they create a sense of fluidity, motion, and beauty that commands the attention of those in the room. Wallflower by artist Eileen Cohen encourages viewers to consider what is feminine and masculine and how these qualities support, balance, or oppose one another.