Japanese Flower Arrangement - Ikebana (Saturday)

What to expect
  • Learn traditional Ikebana -- the Japanese art of flower arrangement
  • Use “free-style” to create an arrangement that reflects your personality and the light, relaxed mode of contemporary living
  • Study under accomplished and experienced instructor Masako Gibeault
  • Practice and hone your craft to take with you wherever you go
“The earth laughs in flowers.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arrangement, derived from the Japanese IKERU (“keep alive, arrange flowers, living”) and HANA (“flower”). Free-style Ikebana is Ikebana which gives rein to the free sensibility of our modern daily lives. The Ikebana you create will reflect the light, relaxed style of contemporary living, free from the constraints of convention but true to your own personal lifestyle.

Since the free style takes its inspiration from this sensibility, there are no set rules. The Ikebana comes into being in a dialogue between the natural plants and your individual personality.

Note: There is an additional materials fee that needs to be paid upon arrival.
Key Highlights
Price $20.00 per guest
Duration / Session 90 min
# Sessions 1
Rating 12 positive reviews
Masako Gibeault was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan and started to study Ryusei-ha School of Ikebana when she was 18 year’s old. She received the Master Degree of Free Style when she was 24 years old. Ryusei-ha School had become independent from Ikenobo School, the oldest ikebana school, 130 years ago. Her arrangements have been seen at The Metropolitan Museum, Tenri Gallery, Ikebana International Flower Shows and other venues. She had Demonstration at The Metropolitan Museum March 25th 2015.
There are no refunds; all sales are final.

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