Art in Bloom

Benefiting the Dallas Museum of Art's exhibition and education programs and the DMA League's Floral Endowment Fund


The Dallas Museum of Art League hosted their signature fundraiser Art in Bloom 2018: Power of Flowers on Monday, March 26, 2018. Chaired by Dyann Skelton, the luncheon benefits the Dallas Museum of Art’s education programs and the League’s Floral Endowment Fund. This year the designated education program beneficiaries are:

The DMA welcomed New York artist Michael De Feo, known as the Flower Guy, who delighted and entertained us with his floral interpretations while sharing his unique path to success. After the presentation, guests enjoyed a seated lunch, with silent and live auctions in the Museum’s Atrium. The day continued on the Level 2 European Galleries with a viewing of Flowers – An Exhibition, a display of floral arrangements created by local floral designers and inspired by works of art in the DMA's collection. Art in Bloom 2018 Patrons and Sponsors were the first to view this incredible show at the Patron/Sponsor Party on March 23, before the exhibition opened to all DMA visitors.


Art in Bloom 2017

Art in Bloom 2018

Net proceeds from this event continue the League’s tradition of more than 71 years of Museum support. The League supports, both with volunteers and funding, a number of Museum programs and exhibitions. The League leads the Floral Endowment Fund and provides fresh floral arrangements throughout the Museum.

Funds from Art in Bloom provide critical support for the education and culture-focused mission of the Dallas Museum of Art. This signature event was attended by more than 350 people.   


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Become more involved with the Museum and partner with Art in Bloom! The fundraiser aligns companies with the DMA’s mission and supports a larger effort to provide special art and educational programming for the community.

For more information about Art in Bloom, please contact or call 214-922-1800.