Join us for the last workshop of the year!
Modern Wreath Workshop
at Esters Wine Shop & Bar
1314 7th St, Santa Monica
December 8, 2018
We will work with a variety of seasonal evergreens, branches, berries, and seedpods to create lush and wild wreaths.
We will discuss color and texture, and how to create movement and gesture.
We will also create bits of holiday swag perfect for gift wrapping or place settings.
Sparkling wine provided by Esters!
All greenery and materials are included and each participant will take home their own creations.
Tools will be provided for use during the class.
The Modern School of Flowers is inspired by Constance Spry. Spry began her floral design career in 1920s London, shocking the public with loose, wild arrangements in non-traditional vessels that incorporated unexpected materials such as twigs, vegetable leaves, and wild grasses that anyone could find in the woods and their gardens. She opened the Modern School of Flower Work in 1935, with the idea that flowers were a source of beauty and healing that should be available to all. “I do feel strongly,” she once wrote, “that flowers should be a means of self-expression for everyone.”