Floral Workshops

Monthly Workshops

Each month, Art In Bloom offers a 90 minute floral workshop with a class limit of 8 students. The theme will vary based on the season and the fresh materials of that season and will also focus on the work of a famous artist as a source of inspiration. Payment is due in full for registration to be complete. All workshops include refreshments from our neighboring businesses (Great Harvest Bread Co, Culture Beer & Cheese, Oh My Lolli, etc.)


Monday, January 14th 6:30-8pm

Degas’ Dancers

Edgar Degas inspired design in a glass cube will include techniques for arranging in a low glass container and keeping the flowers securely and beautifully in place. The pastel paintings of ballet dancers will be the source for this graceful arrangement of hydrangeas, roses, tulips and fillers. Honestly, a great way to enjoy flowers and beat the the winter doldrums-  maybe even gift this one to a friend!



Monday, February 4th 6:30-8pm

Raphael’s Cherubs

This soft and romantic combination of blooms is based off Raphael’s painting of cherubs. The session will include techniques for designing a hand-tied bouquet that will be placed into a vase. Flowers will include mini gerberas, spray roses and a unique assortment of filler flowers and foliages.



Monday, March 11th 6:30-8pm

Irish Landscape

This naturally styled design in a low basket will include a shamrock plant, bells of Ireland, heather, thistle, curly willow branches and more. It’s still too early to get your hand dirty the garden but this workshop will make you think spring!



Monday, April 15th 6:30-8pm (aka tax day!)

Monet’s Garden

Come play in the garden (aka our cooler and studio) and get inspired by Monet’s famous paintings of the garden. Bright spring blooms will be arranged in a low glass container for a fabulous centerpiece just in time for Easter.



Please call ahead to register at 810-227-9500 or send us an email at artinbloomstudio@gmail.com!

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15 Comments Add yours

  1. Kelly Westran says:

    Sawyer Nafe, your former student from Hornung, is anxious to visit you and I think he would love to take a class in January. Please keep us posted on classes offered.

    Thank you!
    Kelly Westran

    1. Art In Bloom says:

      Great, I look forward to seeing Sawyer and inspiring his wonderful creativity!

  2. annette says:

    My daughter is 8 and is interested in classes but it seems that Monday is the only option for classes. Are there any other days available?

    1. Art In Bloom says:

      Annette…I also teach semi-private lessons on Tuesdays after school. Please give me a call. I would be glad to discuss other options with you. Thanks for your interest!

  3. Suzanne Brady says:

    My daughter and your former student from Hornung, Kate, would love taking art classes. However, our afterschool free time is very limited at this point (especially Mondays). Please keep us posted on future classes.

  4. Bev Abbott says:

    Thank you. Drawing and painting both good.
    June is not open for me.
    Perhaps July – Thur. – Art in Bloom looks interesting.

  5. Eileen Vacca says:

    Do you have any classes scheduled for the month of January?? We have an adventure club in our neighborhood that might enjoy doing this , possibly 12-16 people , maybe less maybe more. Please let me know
    eileenvacca@hotmail .com

    1. Art In Bloom says:

      Hi Eileen, Sorry for the late response- I rarely get messages on my blog and completely missed yours. No, I am no longer teaching and putting my focus on the floral business. Thanks for your interest. You might try the Brighton Art Guild.

  6. Barbara Williams says:

    Do you still offer art classes? As a retired BAS teacher/social worker, I am interested in taking some classes.

    1. Art In Bloom says:

      Hi Barb- so sorry for the late response on this! I don’t often see message on my blog and missed yours. No, I am focusing on the floral business and no longer teach. I would try the Brighton Art Guild. ~Tracey

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