The elegance and aesthetic harmony of ikebana—Japanese flower arranging—have inspired poets and artists for more than 500 years. Today, ikebana is evolving into a three-dimensional art form that adorns the interiors of Western homes and public spaces.
In this course for beginning and continuing students, participants learn some of the basic styles and variations of ikebana as taught by Japan’s Sogetsu School of Ikebana. Using spring flowers, branches, greens, and glass containers, they create beautiful and striking basic and free-style arrangements, including centerpieces.
If you have questions about this class or the instructor contact Alison Newman.