the world of Arthur Williams Floral Designer

Article in the Denver Post

By on 03/09/2013 in Arthur

Arthur’s career and adventures in floral design are featured in this brand new Denver Post Article.


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About the Author

About the Author: With a background in gardening, sculpture, and photography, he entered the floral industry in 1996. He is a Certified Professional Florist on the national level. He has been published in the 2012-2013 International Floral Art Annual, Spring 2013 French magazine Nacre, and the book 50 Mile Bouquet. Arthur is also involved with the Floral Association of the Rockies and Ikebana International. .


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  1. Montecalvos says:

    Wow! Wonderful work you’ve been doing and I’m so happy for you. Just makes me want to go to your shop and volunteer and help you with whatever as I’ve always said I’d do.

    I had a warm, healthy and wonderful stay this past winter in Jamaica through April 19th. Got to do flowers for a yoga conference there at the end of January and made a makeshift Easter flower bonnet of flowers utilizing my visor for a women’s center fundraiser. Thanks to your influence it was very fun! My time was wrapped up in the purchase of a vehicle that needed a lot of attention so unfortunately didn’t get to pursue submitting a proposal for another floral design workshop at one of Jamaica’s vocation ed training sites until the last 2 weeks while there. I just heard back from them that it’s a go so I’ll be returning there next month to finalize details, etc.

    I’d like to stay in the loop of any of your activities so please remove this address off of your mailing list as its my husband’s and I rarely check it, hence the delay in getting to read about all your wonderful work you’ve been doing.

    That address is I love what you do and sincerely wish you well in all your creative endeavors. You are indeed a gem!

    Natalie V. Montecalvo

  2. It’s because Arthur is amazing. Period.

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