2015 Peach stock, white roses, along with painted palm pods, let Tim take on this challenge of interpreting a horse statue from 200 B.C. China.
2014 The romantic seduction in this painting inspired Tim to use peach and white roses, hawthorn, ferns and aqua ribbon to adorn the arrangement. Painting: Jupiter and Callisto – artist: Angelica Kauffman
2008 To interpret this festive painting: calla lillies, red carnations, ferns, schefflera and fire cracker plant cuttings were used. Painting: Arabs Charging Through a Forest Path – artist: Eugene Fromentin
2002 Gerber daises, mondo grass, white and red roses, white and yellow button mums, along with a peacock feather were used to capture the mystery of the gypsy! Painting: Interpreting The Fortune Teller - artist: John Opie
2000 Tim’s grandest interpretation. Lots of white mums, along with pink roses, greenery and wired red ribbon were used. Painting: Julie LeBrun As Flora – artist: Elizabeth Louise Vigee-Lebrun
1999 This was Tim's first year in Art in Bloom. Pink roses packed into a basket, along with a custom pedestal cover, ribbon and bow complete this interpretation. Painting: Young Girl With Basket of Pink- Artist: unknown


Art in Bloom is a Spring tradition held every March at the Museum of Fine Art in St. Petersburg, Florida. 50 floral designers, artists and decorators select art pieces from the museum collection and create fresh floral arrangements interpreting the pieces. For 5 days the museum is full of 50 floral arrangements for the public's viewing pleasure.

Tim has been participating in Art in Bloom since 1999. He has interpreted paintings, sculptures and even an entire gallery. Tim has also given tours of the exhibit.

These are a few of Tim's favorite interpretations that he's done.

A beautiful way to welcome Spring to St. Petersburg!

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