The Art of Flowers Series: Sullivan Owen Interprets Degas-Mar 10th!

We are thrilled to have Sullivan Owen interpret Edgar Degas in our popular ‘The Art of Flowers Series.’ Over half of Degas’ paintings depict dancers as do many of his sculptures. The lines of his drawings often capture the dancers in unusual and abstract positions, which Sullivan Owen will reflect in her work with branches. Be prepared to take home a design in flowers and branches that will capture the movement and spirit of this great artist.

Sullivan Owen, who was recently featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, as well as the March 2015 Issue of Flower Magazine, has been creating a stylish look with branches for many years. Let this talented florist teach you the ins and outs of working with branch material so you can make a well-structured and beautiful arrangement for your home or your event. To read Sullivan’s recent feature in Martha Stewart Weddings, Click Here. To see a video of Sullivan arranging flowers for her feature in flower Magazine, Click Here.

Though Sullivan’s work has been described as ‘Anthropologie meets Martha Stewart,’ Sullivan approaches each event as a unique creation, not subscribing to trends but interpreting the client’s vision into something never seen before. Sullivan’s work has been featured in Philadelphia Wedding, Snippet & Ink, Lonny Mag and bhldn. As one of FlowerSchool’s most successful alumni, Sullivan is the first ‘second generation’ teacher at the school. To learn more about Sullivan’s design style, visit her website here.

To register for Sullivan’s class, please Click Here.