Florist Jules Gordon runs her studio, Julia Gordon, from Denver but has traveled around the globe. Her home is London, but she has been brought to Denver via Sydney and Chicago. She’s worked on international projects, with celebrity florists, and her inspirations are a combination of all she has seen and an expression of her personal art.
Paulina Buckley, of Buckley House of Flowers, is a New York native turned LA florist, who has made the move to Denver. Paulina explores natural beauty through rough and raw expressions of floral. She has worked with Denver locals and floral mega-houses such as Lalé Florals and Flora by Nora.
Kelly Ernst of Fromage Floral runs her project-based studio by collaborating with industry members to create highly curated floral visuals, as much an expression of her own creative goals as well as of others.
As the florists run about, transient and unhinged, there becomes little distinction between florists as creators and florists as the subject. Personal brands and personal projects begin to narrate their place with landscape and architecture, communicating an extension of labor, spirit and style.
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