This is a perfect introduction to the Japanese art of Ikebana. Ikebana techniques are known for their simplicity, economical and ecological designs. For this class, you’ll collect grasses, weeds and foliage from your garden and surrounds. Azumi will show you how to arrange a simple, artful display.
You’ll be amazed at how readily available grasses and foliage can be transformed into a stunning natural arrangement.
Whether you’re a lover of Japanese culture, an art enthusiast or enjoy being at one with nature, this workshop pays homage to this authentic Japanese art form.
Dates18/10/2020 10:00 am
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- Ikebana With Wild Grasses
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
What to bringGather a range of grasses, foliage and weeds from your garden or surrounds. Look for interesting shapes, form and textures. You will also need vases, jars or containers to hold your arrangement, plus wire coat hangers.
What you getGuided tuition in modern Ikebana techniques from an experienced floral artist. An appreciation of found materials.
Important informationYou'll need to gather your materials before class. The class is delivered via Zoom.