Asymmetry allows the creator to preserve and make beautiful empty space. Join us in exploring a new way to visualize floral arranging using this approach to design. You will collaborate and share community as you create your own arrangement using contemporary techniques, foam-free mechanics, and fresh, seasonal blooms. The color palette, container, and blooms will be sure to inspire you.
Please note the following:
- This class requires some specific materials which we will provide, including fresh flowers. You will be asked to pick up your materials at Montalvo the day of the class (Wednesday, July 22, any time between 11am and 1:30pm).
- Pickup will be in our Project Space Gallery adjacent to the box office. Please park in Lot 3 and wear a mask when picking up your materials.
- For the class, you will need scissors or sheers to cut with. You may also add flowers from your own garden, if you wish.
About the instructor, Amanda Campbell:
Amanda Campbell attended Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and majored in Environmental Horticulture and Sustainable Landscape Design. After graduation, she moved to the Bay Area and has been in the landscape industry ever since. She is the owner of Flora and Spice. The company specializes in landscape design, workshops, and event florals.