Betty-Baines Saum Death – Owner of Hawk & Floret and FlowerPorn Betty Baines Saum of Frenchtown, New Jersey has sadly passed away. She died leaving family and friends who loved her unconditionally in disbelief. The news of her death was known through a Facebook post made on Saturday 1st April 2023 that says “A sad day indeed. Our hearts are broken as we say goodbye to our friend, neighbor and fellow business owner, Betty Baines Saum”.
Who was Betty Baines Saum?
Betty possessed an artistic soul, was full of joy and inspiration, and was filled with love and beauty. She had a lively and colorful personality. She was a pioneer in the business world and devoted to her work. She was one in a million in terms of rarity. Betty was one of a kind and truly remarkable. She was the driving force behind two companies, HAWK + FLORET and Flower Porn, both of which she founded. Her beautiful spirit, incredible sense of style, and creative energy will be sadly missed in Frenchtown as well as everywhere else.
Her eyes are always conjuring something from complete obscurity thanks to her profession as a designer. She was an artist, a cook, a florist, and a forager in addition to being a beauty seeker. Her creativity is sparked by the fleeting aspects of the natural world and by everything that is all around her.
What you to need to know about Betty Baines Saum?
The natural world held utmost importance for her. Upcycling, floral arranging, and interior and landscape design are all elements that may be found in her work. Her designs have been featured in a variety of media, including the New York Times, Brides Magazine, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and Country Living Magazine, thanks to her more than 35 years of experience working in these industries. When Betty was just a little girl, she used to get a lot of pleasure out of moving the bricks and stones that surrounded the garden in our backyard.
Her mother signed her up for an adult landscape oil painting class at the community recreation center, despite the fact that she was only a youngster. The event marked the beginning of her connection with the natural world, which ultimately led to her earning a degree in Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Betty Baines Saum’s obituary will be released by the family
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