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Detail of a purple and white floral centerpiece at MAM's 2018 luncheon.

 

Adult (age 16+), Online, Yard School of Art, Workshops, Françoise Weeks

Master Class Edible Workshop with Françoise Weeks

Designing with fruits and veggies has been another favorite for Françoise Weeks. Artichokes, eggplants, pineapples, pumpkins, peppers, apples, pears,... make the best containers. Filling glass vases with small fruits and veggies, also create eye-catching vessels. Learn how to use this plethora of options to decorate your dining room table. The options are endless! Please see the supply list.

2:00 pm
3:30 pm
Member Price
$115
Non-Member Price
$140
Event Type
Workshops
Event Format
Online
Special Pricing Info

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Ages
Adult (age 16+)
Priority Registration
Open Registration
Instructor

Françoise Weeks

 

Françoise Weeks was born in Belgium and started her business in 1996. She has infused her work with a quintessential European reverence for flowers and nature. Combined with creativity and mechanical ingenuity, she has crystalized her singular style of Textural Woodlands and Botanical Haute Couture pieces, garnering a global following.

Françoise’s studio is located in Portland, Oregon. Her generosity of knowledge and perspective in use of floral materials, structure and mechanics, in addition to the business of being a florist, unite to create rigorous and exciting learning opportunities for her students to explore all that nature has to offer.

Her innovation and love of teaching have brought her to many cities in the US in studios, at wholesalers, at garden clubs, Art in Bloom events and conferences, including at AIFD Symposium. She also taught in Mexico, Canada, England, Sweden, Iceland, France, China and Australia.

Her dynamic work has been published in national and international publications such as Nacre, Fusion Flowers, Modern Wedding Flowers, Huffington Post, Flutter and Millieu. Her book “The Herbal Recipe Keeper” was published by Timber Press in 2018.

Explore her work at francoiseweeks.com