FOUND IN: Floral Design on October 08, 2011
October came fast and furious. What once seemed far on the horizon is now here. 5 days with one of Europe's most talented floral artists, Tomas De Bruyne, promises to challenge the way craft interacts with creativity. The program-Part 1:European Master Certification Program
I've been helping out in the design room, assisting the last two days. Creating the structure takes time and patience. You want to please. "Am I doing this right?" His approach is a gentle. With that being said, expect to repeat tasks until they meet expectations.
Tomas says, "Floral design is the art of transforming emotions into an arrangement. It is the combination of material knowledge, styling and craftsmanship that results in a work of art."
His approach is methodical. As a class we all had a difficult time paring down our own inner expectation to satisfy the assignment as given. But it is only day one.
At the end of the day, it was refreshing to see all the clutter moved aside. Symmetrical and asymmetrical, that is the question.