New to the 2013 Show: Wreath Making Workshop

There are several new and exciting things happening at this year’s Art & Antiques Show. WB_AAS_2012_IMG_James_Farmer_Web

One of the most anticipated events is the wreath making workshop presented by James Farmer.

James, who is beloved by many in Jacksonville, is an author, floral and interior designer, cook and garden-to-table-lifestyle expert. He is also a veteran Art & Antiques Show guest lecturer, but this is the first time that attendees will have an opportunity to take a hands-on floral arrangement course from James.

A Circle Through the Seasons

Read James Farmer’s September 2012 post about incorporating wreaths all year-long.

In the workshop, James will share his techniques for incorporating the surrounding landscape into home décor. Attendees will have the opportunity to transform greenery and other materials into fresh seasonal arrangements.

James will share his ideas and techniques, including those contained in his 2012 book Wreaths for All Seasons.

While wreaths are a fixture in many homes year-round, this workshop will provide 2013 Art & Antiques Show attendees with something special to take home for the holidays.

Just imagine creating and taking home one of these stunning James Farmer arrangements!

Wreaths – an Outward and Visible Sign of the Season

Before you make your wreath at the 2013 Art & Antiques Show, check out James Farmer’s December 2011 post.

The wreath making workshop will take place Saturday, December 7th at the 2013 Art & Antiques Show.  Workshop attendees will be able to interact with James in an intimate setting.  As a result, space is limited so be sure to reserve your tickets early by clicking here.

Can’t wait until December? Visit James Farmer’s blog, All Things Farmer.


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