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9th annual Bloomin’ Holidays at the Museum of Wisconsin Art | By Jennifer Turner

West Bend, WI – Join the Museum of Wisconsin Art as art and flowers come together for the 9th annual Bloomin’ Holidays. This year’s theme—Brittle Beauty—was inspired by the upcoming International Year of Glass, the MOWA’s exhibition on view, The Studio Glass Movement in Wisconsin: The Hyde Collection, and the ephemeral, delicate beauty of floral arrangements.

Free for existing members. $15 for non-members (includes a complimentary one year museum membership).

Timed Entry
To ensure you can visit during your preferred time, a Timed Reservation is recommended. If you do not make an advanced reservation, you will be welcomed at the first available entry time. This event follows CDC guidelines, and may require masks to attend. More information to come.

Bloomin' MOWA

Meet the 2021 Floral Designers

Alt’s | Michael Alt
Amy’s Creations | Amy Wickert
Bayside Garden Center and Floral Design | Philip Meyer
Bee Enchanted Florist | Bebe Kay
Belle Fiori | Emily Neubauer
Bouquets by Briana | Briana Z-Glasel
Consider the Lilies | Amanda Strassburg
The Cosmic Gardens | Robin Kourakis
Floral Alchemy | Liz Egan
Flower Mill | Lauren Morin
Johnson’s Gardens | Zannah Crowe
Kristin’s Flowers | Kristin Seitz
Megan Duerlinger and Chelsea Dorgan
The Pink Peony | Nicole Wright
Rising Sand Organics | Ella Janson
Snapdragon Flowers of Elm Grove | Jennifer Breitbach
Two Mikes Art Factory | Kelly Davis and Kristy Gruenwald
Vagabond Fleurs | Paige McKenna
Whitefish Bay Garden Club | Marlene Jaglinski

People’s Choice Winners
Each day of the event we ask our guests to vote on their favorite floral display. When you visit during the 2021 Bloomin’ Holidays, you’ll have the chance to cast your own vote for the 2021 People’s Choice Winners.

Below are the 2020 People’s Choice Winners:

Karin Savage and Sarah Starrett
Loreen Hablewitz and Meg Hopkins
La Terre | Mequon
Laurie Wareham and Lynda Curl
Ikebana Society of Milwaukee

Lights in Bloom

On View | Thursday, November 4—Sunday, November 7
Appleton-based artist and filmmaker Oliver Franklin Anderson transforms the museum’s exterior into a large-scale outdoor art installation of surrealistic, floral beauty. Stop by each night from 5:00-10:00 and watch this amazing art installation. Free and open to the public.

Watch the 2020 display:

Image for Lights in BloomOliver Franklin Anderson, Eusocial, video still

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