Late Summer Splendor; a celebration of the garden
August 11th and 19th

Emphasis will be placed on using seasonal flowers and foliage to build loose and wild compositions that evoke the feeling of an overgrown late summer garden.
Dahlias, zinnias, celosia, scabiosa, pods, herbs, fruits and vegetables play an important role in our summer studio practice. Referencing the work of the Dutch Masters and Constance Spry, we'll teach students the basic tennants of floral design while encouraging them to experiment with unusual materials. Class limited to 10 students. All materials and refreshments will be provided.

Saturday, August 11th: This class will take place at the Saipua studio
147 Van Dyke St. Brooklyn, NY 11231 SOLD OUT

Sunday, August 19th: This class will take place at Nicolette's studio:
50 Dobbin St. Brooklyn, NY 11222  SOLD OUT