March 21-24, 2024

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is thrilled to announce the return of Art in Bloom after a long hiatus. This exciting program, taking place from March 21-24, 2024, invites art and nature lovers to experience the magic of artistic floral interpretation. With an admission fee of $10 for the public (free for members), Art in Bloom offers a unique opportunity to engage with art in a different way.

During these four days, attendees can enjoy floral compositions created by talented florists and floral designers from our region and inspired by works in the Museum’s collection. These will provide wonderful photo opportunities for visitors, allowing guests to capture the colorful combination of art and nature. Excitement further builds with awards like People’s Choice and Director’s Choice, which celebrate the most outstanding floral displays.

During Art in Bloom, the Museum will also offer a series of engaging programs, ensuring a fun and multifaceted experience for visitors of all ages. For more information and to register for these programs, please click here.

FRIDAY 10am–8pm

members FREE*/non-members $10
children age 3 & under FREE 
FREE for all on Sunday, March 24
advance registration required.

*1 free ticket at the Good Friend membership level, up to 5 free tickets at the Best Friend membership level and higher


Please do not touch the floral arrangements. Flowers are fragile.  

Please be cautious of the works of art while moving through the galleries and taking photographs.

Courtesy of North Carolina Museum of Art

Art in Bloom is supported by:

Pedestal Sponsors:
Long & Long, LLC

Generous support provided by Art Bridges Foundation’s Access for All program for the free Sunday Fun Day: Art in Bloom.

Floral Installations 

#1 Steel City Florals 
Inspiration: Scott Hunter, Bluffs, 2016 

#2 Penna Flower Company
Inspiration: Artist Once Known, American Bald Eagle, c. 1850 

#3 One Happy Flower Shop 
Inspiration: Tina Williams Brewer, Divine Plan, 2003 

#4 The Copper Petal 
Inspiration: Samuel Rosenberg, Pivot, 1970 

#5 Luna Joy Flower Farm 
Inspiration: Artist Once Known, White Dog Standing on Victorian Sofa, c. 1875 
#6 Curly Willow 
Inspiration: Emma Fordyce MacRae, Dogwood, 1929 

#7 Planted in Pitt
Inspiration:  Sharif Bey, Bird Skull: Fire #2, 2020 

#8 DeMuth Florist
Inspiration:  Childe Hassam, The Outer Harbor, 1909

#9 Bella Florals
Inspiration: Louis Comfort Tiffany, The Thomas Lynch Tiffany Window, c. 1905 

#10 The Blue Daisy Floral Designs 
Inspiration: Richard Bancroft Beaman, Ascension, 1961 

#11 Confleurtti 
Inspiration: Marty Lewis Cornelius, Return of the Soldier, not dated 

#12 Ground Oaks Flowers
Inspiration:  Donald Judd, Untitled (84-10 Lehni), 1984 

#13 Galleria Botanica 
Inspiration: Dale Chihuly, Chandelier, 1995 

#14 Eichenlaub 
Inspiration: Robert Griffing, The Wounding of General Braddock, 2005 

#15 Blooms and Beans Flowers 
Inspiration: Thomas Hovenden, Death of Elaine, 1882 

#16 A Pretty Flower 
Inspiration: Frederick William MacMonnies, Young Faun with Heron, 1890 

#17 Lea’s Floral Shop 
Inspiration: Severin Roesen, Still Life with Fruit, not dated 

#18 The Bearded Iris 
Inspiration: William Merrit Chase, Lady in Pink, c. 1892 

#19 Hidden Jem Farm 
Inspiration: George Frederick Bensell, Rip Van Winkle, not dated 

#20 JD Peterson 
Inspiration: Toshiko Mori, Totems, 2012 

Museum Shop 

Discover a curated collection of floral-themed home décor, accessories, and artisan creations at our Museum Shop. Whether you are seeking a unique souvenir, thoughtful gift, or simply indulging, join us in celebrating art, flowers, and creativity! 

Join us on Saturday, March 23 for a Museum Shop pop up featuring floral-inspired jewelry created by jewelry artist Kathryn Stanko.   

Food & Beverages  

Enjoy floral-inspired drinks and treats at Cafe Marchand during Art in Bloom for a delightful fusion of artistry and flavor. 

For sponsorship inquiries about Art in Bloom, please contact Paige Mastrippolito at or 724-837-1500 x117.