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Art in Bloom Visitors’ Choice Winners!

The votes are in! Congratulations to our Top 3 vote-getters in our visitors’ choice competition this year:

Art in Bloom

April 26–28, 2024

Visitors can enjoy Art in Bloom’s floral displays across the galleries for free during regular museum hours (general admission and parking are also free). Some Art in Bloom-related events and programs require tickets. More information below. 

Parking is limited. Please arrive early or consider using a rideshare service. If museum parking lots are full, consider offsite parking in Eden Park and throughout Mount Adams. 

Read the Press Release

The museum will once again blossom with the vibrant colors of spring as we celebrate the revival of Art in Bloom. See the creative floral displays inspired by fine art, take part in special programs and events, enjoy family-friendly activities, and much more! 

Art in Bloom’s stature will be heightened on a regional, national, and international stage by:

  • expanding reach in recruitment of floral artists,
  • creating themed activations tailored for visitors,
  • identifying vignettes, genres, and specific artists throughout the museum to inspire floral artistry (rather than solely relying on individual pieces of art for inspiration),
  • improving visitor experiences and discoveries throughout the galleries—and more!

The museum recommends that visitors planning to dine at the Terrace Café that weekend make reservations due to anticipated demand. Make reservations by phone (513-639-2986).

If you need accessibility accommodations, please contact us in advance at [email protected] or fill out the accessibility request form.


Floral Artists 


Art in Bloom Planning Committee

A smiling white woman in front of the columns at the front entrance

Ann M. Keeling, Art in Bloom Chair

A smiling light skinned person sitting at a table

Natasja Sadi, Featured Floral Artist

Committee Members

Jutta Lafley
Rachael Magowan
Mimi Petrie, Garden Club Ambassador
Robin Sheakley
Barbara Weyand


2024 Art in Bloom Jury

Meet the distinguished 2024 Art in Bloom Floral Art Selection Jury:

  • Christopher Griffin, also known as ‘Plant Kween’, a Brooklyn-based Black, queer, non-binary kween and author of ‘You Grow, Gurl!’
  • Kevin Hart, sommelier and owner of Hart & Cru
  • John Hinger, principal and owner of Quince & Quinn, a design and lifestyle store
  • Teruko Nesbitt, certified teacher of the Sogetsu School of Ikebana
  • Michael Thompson, an interdisciplinary artist, designer, ethnographer and poet

Read full Jury member bios.

Importantly, Art in Bloom will prominently feature Natasja Sadi, who will drive theming and activations. The Amsterdam-based floral artist creates arrangements from flowers and photo-realistic sugar flowers that she makes, all inspired by Dutch-masters paintings and many of which are held in Delftware vessels. Ms. Sadi recently released the book A Sweet Floral Life. Follow her Instagram account @cakeatelieramsterdam. 

If you have any questions, please contact Kayla Neff, Donor Events Coordinator, at [email protected] or by calling 513-639-2962.


2024 Sponsors

Hydrangea Sponsors:


The Oliver Family Foundation




Dahlia Sponsor:


Fort Washington Investment Advisors, Inc., A member of Western & Southern Financial Group. Western & Southern Financial Group


Daffodil Sponsors:


Natorp’s Nursery Outlet & Landscaping





Peony Sponsors:


Evolo Design







Hyacinth Sponsors:


Barbara Weyand


Freeman’s | Hindman


Jan Michele & Eric Kearney


Jude Samuel


Katz Teller


Kelly & Guy Vanasse


Neal’s Design Remodel


Scott Nelson & Dr. Susan Kindel


Sibcy Cline


Christy & Terry Horan





Tulip Sponsor:


Anchor Wellness


Custom Distributors


Cherie & Martin Silverstein


Paula Steiner & Joyce Ferrell


Rance and Marilyn Duke


Towne Properties


Woodhouse Spa