Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Art of Flowers Series: Remco Van Vliet Interprets van Gogh-Oct 8th!

Vincent van Gogh painted some of his most iconic images while at the sanatorium in Saint Remy during the spring of 1890 using sunflowers and irises as his subjects. Remco Van Vliet, a Dutch-born florist who is the in-house floral designer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will bring these paintings to life in this… Read more »

Fashion and Flowers with Christian Tortu-September 15, 2015

We had a surprise class with Christian Tortu last Tuesday at FlowerSchool New York when he came to town for a brief visit. The class was all about the dusky pastels that we see at the end of summer – local hydrangeas, ivory-colored dahlias, blush roses, dusty miller, spray roses, peach colored hypericum and New Jersey… Read more »

Terms and Conditions

In an effort to manage expectations for all parties involved, both designers and students, we have developed the following terms and conditions. Please read and let us know if you have any questions as we are often flexible as every designer and circumstance is different.

The Art of Flowers Series: Bella Meyer Interprets Marc Chagall-Oct 1st!

As both the granddaughter of Marc Chagall and holding a PhD in art history, Bella is more than just knowledgeable about the flowers in Chagall’s paintings, her interpretation of his art can be shared through first-hand stories. Your view of this great painter’s work will be forever changed as she interprets his art in flowers…. Read more »

Fashion and Flowers with Christian Tortu-Sept 15th!

Christian Tortu, known as the Yves Saint Laurent of flowers, returns to give a Master Class for New York’s Fashion Week entitled “Fashion and Flowers!” In this hands-on class, he will discuss what is trendy, what is classic and what is enduring in the world of flowers. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to create flowers… Read more »

The Art of Flowers Series: Oscar Mora Interprets Frida Kahlo-Sept 24th!

Oscar Mora, a florist with roots in South America, is the obvious choice to represent the paintings of Frida Kahlo, a painter known for her dramatic choices of subject and color. Oscar’s style in flowers is exuberant and elegant; passionate in the way that Frida Kahlo was in her life and art. Each week “The Art… Read more »