Twelve youth participated in the creation of the Lutheran Mosaic, led by artists Clare Herron and Yana Dimitrova. The students identified symbols in nature to represent the diverse communities in Brooklyn. This mosaic combines different flowers that symbolize the many cultures that exist in the Sunset Park community, including Russia (chamomile), Mexico (dahlia), El Salvador (flor de izote), Dominican Republic (flor de la caboa), Puerto Rico (hibiscus and coqui frogs), China (plum blossom), Italy (white lily), Jamaica (lignum vitae), Honduras (orchid), United States/Ecuador (red rose), Trinidad (poinsettia), and Egypt (lotus). In the center, the Groundswell logo rises up from the flowers to illustrate the definition of the word Groundswell. The "Lutheran Mosaic is proudly displayed in Groundswells conference room, showcasing for all to see what our artists and young people can accomplish.