The president solemnly laid a wreath before meeting families of the victims with Michelle Obama.
For Coming Soon, Gordon's initial plan was to make and then display her wreath paintings in a low-budget California tract house.
A wreath of green leaves is placed on her head where a red band stands out against her white-blond shaved head.
Old English wriða "fillet, bandage, band" (literally "that which is wound around"), from Proto-Germanic *writhon (cf. Old Norse riða, Danish vride, Old High German ridan "to turn, twist," Old Saxon, Old Frisian wreth "angry," Dutch wreed "rough, harsh, cruel," Old High German reid "twisted," Old Norse reiða "angry"), from PIE *wreit- "to turn, bend" (cf. Old English wriða "band," wriðan "to twist, torture," wraþ "angry"), from root *wer- (3) "to turn, bend" (see versus). Meaning "ring or garland of flowers" is first recorded 1560s.