Flora’s American Made Award from Martha Stewart
In October Flora was honored in the first annual American Made Awards by Martha Stewart. She was recognized in an amazing group of 11 artisans, designers, craftspeople, and entrepreneurs from across the United States.
The goal of the awards is to highlight rising stars whose work shares the quality, beauty, inspiration, possibility, and creativity embodied by Martha. It’s also an effort to spotlight craft and manufacturing taking place in the United States.
As part of the celebrations, Flora taught a workshop at Grand Central Station’s Vanderbilt Hall in New York with her friend, Stephen Orr, the garden editorial director for Martha Stewart Living.
Take a peek below at the article about American Made and Flora on the iPad version of Martha Stewart Living. We think a subscription would be a fantastic gift for your favorite iPad user.
ABOVE: Staff designer Daniel Nolan’s mounted dyckia garden nabbed a vivid shot in the article.
ABOVE: Martha Stewart talks with Flora and Stephen Orr before the workshop at Grand Central Terminal, New York.
ABOVE: Flora gets prepped for the workshop.
ABOVE: The honorees included furniture makers, a baker, a sculptor, a candle-maker, an urban farmer, a seamstress-designer, ceramicists, hoteliers, cheesemakers, and a high-tech artrepreneur.
ABOVE: Flora took a taste of the store to New York for the celebrations. A marketplace brought works by each honoree to Vanderbilt Hall.