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General Meeting ‘Fresh Florals with Bruno Duarte’

Date: January 7, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Location:
Kapnick Hall in Naples Botanical Garden

Guests Allowed? YES

Sorry, Registration is closed or this event has reached capacity. Email the contact person to be on the wait-list. Last day to register for this event was January 4, 2019


Pricing Information:

free to Garden Club members
$30 to the public
The event has reached capacity

For Information Contact:
Susan Gascoigne
(216) 577-0098

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From the mountains to the markets, Bruno grew up surrounded by flowers on his family’s farm in Madeira. This island paradise off the coast of Morocco is known as the floating garden and is home to rare species of flowers from around the world. It’s here where Bruno’s passion for orchids and all things floral began.

Much like his Belgian contemporaries, Bruno’s approach to floral design is both sculptural and emotional, blending organic materials and found objects together to create works of art. His floral studio in Toronto is often mistaken for an art gallery, where weekly window displays are created to showcase his artistry.

His exceptional craftsmanship and innovative design techniques have captured the attention of socialites and A-list celebrities in Canada as well as international glitterati like Rene Zellweger, Patti LaBelle and Sir Elton John.

When Bruno’s not at his studio he can be found designing in front of a live audience. He frequently appears on local and national television programs, and gives floral demonstrations at Home and Garden shows.