Virtual Talk: Flower Flash with Lewis Miller

Virtual Talk: Flower Flash with Lewis Miller

Thu, Nov 4, 2021

Join us for the second webinar in our four-part Fall 2021 Literary Series, as Lewis Miller, author of Flower Flash (Monacelli, September 21, 2021) presents the evolution of his signature “Flower Flashes.” The presentation will document his Flower Flashes, from the first, spontaneous one in 2016 to his profound installations during the pandemic, and include behind-the-scenes snapshots, his inspirational material, and fan contributions.

The Fall 2021 Literary Series is presented by the newly established Frank and Anne Cabot Society for Planned Giving, in partnership with Phaidon and Monacelli.

Additional support for these programs is provided by Celia Hegyi, the Coleman and Susan Burke Distinguished Lecture Fund, and the Lenhardt Education Fund.

Thursday, November 4, 2021
1:00 p.m. Eastern
(Please note that this program's time has been changed from 2:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.)

Live on Zoom

Lewis Miller was born and raised in California farm country amid olive, almond, and peach orchards, and developed a respect for nature early on. At eighteen, he moved to Seattle where he studied horticulture and landscape design and, after seven years of successfully pursuing his interests in design, flowers, and event planning, Lewis moved to New York, where he worked for one of the city's top floral boutiques. In March of 2002, his vision of a country life in a metropolitan setting inspired him to create Lewis Miller Design. Since striking out on his own, Lewis has created stunning floral designs for the Met, the Whitney, Tiffany, Ferragamo, Versace, Viktor & Rolf, and Bergdorf Goodman, among others. In 2016, Miller invented the Flower Flash—a guerrilla flower installation—and has created more than 90 since.

Online registration for this event has ended. If you would like to register, please call the Garden Conservancy between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. at 845.424.6500.

A recording of this webinar will be sent to all registrants a few days after the event.