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Trish O'Sullivan
Trish O'Sullivan Trish O'Sullivan of the Trish O'Sullivan Design Group, has been one of New York City's leading floral designers for over 20 years. Among her creations are floral designs for The Dr. Oz Show and living walls for the set of the Emmy Award-winning The Nate Berkus Show and four- and five-star venues such as W Hotels, The Mark, and the UN Plaza Hotel. She holds a Certificate in Floral Design from the Botanical Garden, where, as Coordinator, she incorporates eco-floral, sustainable design practices while inspiring students with the beauty of nature.

www.flowermarket28ny.com

Classes by this instructor

Understanding form underpins successful floral design. From round and triangular to parallel line and the Hogarth curve, building on form, shape, and line is the key to a beautiful and balanced arrangement. $245 materials fee.

Please bring:
Florist knife, wire cutter, sciss more...
03/16 Th 10:30am-03:00pm O'Sullivan
NYBG
Colors—like flowers themselves—evoke feeling and sentiment, and set the mood. Explore the role of color in floral design using a spectrum of flowers. This course gives you a solid grounding in color theory, while highlighting the latest hues and color combinations. $75 materials fee. more...
02/26 Su 10:00am-02:30pm O'Sullivan
NYBG
See flowers firsthand in the heart of the New York flower district under the guidance of the Floral Design Certificate Coordinator. Meeting location in the flower district is identified in your confirmation letter. Lunch is not included. Dress for the weather.

04/27 Th 09:00am-01:30pm O'Sullivan
OFS
  06/29 Th 09:00am-01:30pm O'Sullivan
OFS
Explore the basic techniques of handling silk flowers to create lush, long-lasting arrangements. Gain helpful skills like wiring and use of hot glue, and learn how to select the best materials for achieving original and unusual effects. Bring wire cutters. $120 materials fee.

Plea more...
02/23 Th 10:30am-05:00pm O'Sullivan
MDTN
  05/12 Fr 10:00am-04:30pm O'Sullivan
NYBG
Soft and romantic, fragrant and textured, antique roses are classic. After a brief introduction to a medley of heirloom roses-from the dusty undertones of Juliet to beautiful bicolors such as Amnesia-you'll pair roses and Victorian-style tulips and freesia with traditional berries, lace, and dust more...
06/07 We 10:00am-02:30pm O'Sullivan
NYBG