A BROMSGROVE artist who created a vine on the wall of an art gallery has added to the piece, especially for The Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Michele Gulliver, who also works part-time at the town's Morrisons, has made a crown to go on her creation which can be seen on the wall of The Red House Cone Museum in Stourbridge.
The original vine was installed in 2006 and, as well as the addition of a crown as the centrepiece, there is now also a new spiralled vine, shooting out, symbolising new growth.
Michelle will be at the museum, with her artwork, on Monday and Tuesday (June 4 and 5).
The museum's visitor services manager Sarah Hall has helped to make the idea a reality, through funding the project.
The vine is now about 18metres (60ft) long with glass centres for each of the flowers.
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