Thu 27 Feb 2020, 11 am – 12.30 pm
Join Deborah Bain, founder of Lunaria, Floral Design Studio for a walk through the organic landscapes surrounding Hauser & Wirth Somerset.
As we explore the local environment, Deborah will guide and encourage careful observation of an oft-overlooked natural phenomenon: the emergence of spring. Together you will make note of the many subtleties of this restorative and spirited season. Deborah will share how her weekly observations of nature inspire the colours and textures she brings together in her work.
Lunaria is a Floral Design and Plant Styling company based in Bruton, Somerset. Deborah’s floral and plant-filled arrangements span spectacular garlands and wreaths for events and weddings, to exquisite interior installations for commercial spaces. Her work is influenced by the training in spatial design she acquired through her previous experience in the world of interior architecture.
Start Location: Lunaria Studio (5 Coombe street, Bruton, BA10 0EP)
End Location: Lunaria Studio
Please meet at 11 am at Lunaria Studio, 5 Coombe St, Bruton and wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
This is a free event, but must be booked in advance.
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