Opening July 19, with In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism (and for the Member Preview, July 18).
Hamilton Building, Level 1. Fun for all ages with no experience necessary.
Hands-On Activities in the Studio
Find creative inspiration surrounded by abundant blooms in our hands-on artmaking space. Try out art materials, explore design styles, and experiment with techniques.
Capture your impressions of an artfully arranged bouquet. Combine upcycled materials to create a larger-than-life flower box garden. Study the form of flowers and use the shapes to create designs for fashion, furniture, and more.
Weekend Artist Demonstrations
Meet local creatives and watch demonstrations of flower-inspired artmaking every weekend during In Bloom.
Demonstrations will take place from Noon to 3 pm.
18-19 Mary Carol Jehn—Noni Flowers (knitted flowers)
25-26 Arthur Williams, Babylon Floral—Floral Design
1-2 Carina Aguilar—Floral Design
8-9 Chinn Wang—Screen Printing
15-16 Cheryl St. John—Oil Painting
22-23 Susan Rubin—Botanical Illustration
29-30 Rita Flores de Wallace—Paper Floral Design
5-6 Rita Flores de Wallace—Paper Floral Design
12-13 Cherrie Silverman, Cherry Blossoms Florist—Floral Design
19-20 Laura Shill—Floral Costume Design
26-27 Laura Shill—Floral Costume Design
3-4 Ana Maria Hernando—Embroidered Floral Design
10-11 Dawn Spencer Hurwitz, DSH Perfumes—Perfumery
The Flower Studio is sponsored by R&J Newman Family Foundation.