“April is not really spring, not really winter, splotchy and ugly, irrational, awkward and ugly. I like May because the spring colors are a little softer and more romantic – not that acid yellow of forsythia and daffodils, lime green of viburnum and fuchsia of azalea.”
Lewis Miller’s flowers have the ability to evoke the countryside even though they are grounded in a city of sophistication. Known for his lush romantic designs, Lewis’s flowers have a painterly quality even Matisse could admire. Join Lewis during his favorite part of spring for a design to lift your spirits and enjoy at home.
Is there anything controversial we can say about peonies? It is a rare person who does not like them. They are the favored flowers for many and in the middle of May, we can expect the best of the local peonies to be available. Oscar Mora, a designer of exuberance and style will make an arrangement starring peonies that will charm and delight your soul and spirit.
Sullivan Owen learned how to do flowering branch designs with Master Florist Remco Van Vliet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She has since perfected her technique working at events and stores such as Hermes and Saks Fifth Avenue in Philadelphia where she is a much in demand florist. The first graduate of Flower School New York to have attained the Master Florist label, Sullivan is a patient, knowledgeable teacher who brings much technique and beauty to her flower designs. In this class Sullivan will demonstrate how to mixing flowers and branches together including the much loved peony – this is a great class for all aspiring florists and flower-lovers!