Floral Artistry is a small company dedicated to creating elegance and artistry in floral design for corporate events, museums, weddings and private functions of all sizes. Our scope ranges from designing the floral scenery for television productions for the Boston Pops Orchestra, serving as the 1998 Tournament of Roses float judge, to lecturing at most of the major museums across the United States.
Our floral arrangements have adorned such prestigious locations as the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Gardner Museum and Norton Museum of Art, Tiffany of Boston, Harvard and Cornell Universities and the stage for a lecture by his Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet.
Since our founding in 1974, we have become known for the originality and beauty of our floral presentations, for our intricate textures and exquisite detail work. The natural allure of our arrangements has been featured on the cover of Horticulture Magazine, and articles for Victoria and House Beautiful Magazines.
Floral Artistry is a green company working to preserve our environment. The event philosophy and planning begins with the consciousness that all life emanates from this earth. Sustainably grown flowers are purchased whenever available.
We are proud to honor all faiths and traditions while supporting people where they are in their lives today.
Pauline's ongoing passion is for lecturing and teaching. Believing that each individual is endowded with the ability to be creative, her mission is to ignite the creative energy within us all.
Her own garden at Three Plum Hill is included in the Smithsonian's Archives of American Gardens.