The photo shows one of flower arrangements designed and made by our instructor during a lesson of floral arranging. If you are trained at our floral design school, you can earn a high level of flower arranging skill to make design like this. If you love flowers and seriously want to earn a good flower arranging skill, we can help.
We teach European floral arrangement as well as Japanese Ikebana. These floral arts are detail oriented and in order to make it, delicate manipulation with flower and plant elements are needed. Since the size of these arrangements are usually smaller than typical American style designs, more sensitive and detailed manipulation is necessary. Our head instructor learned Ikebana and European floral arrangement long time ago and got both licenses for both styles of floral arrangements. When teaching floral design at California Flower Art Academy
we limit number of students to no more than 4 per class. This makes it possible for us to offer semi private lesson of hands on training (ONE ON ONE instructions).
If you have no previous experience in floral designs, you are recommended to start from Introductory Trial Budget Program
OR Fresh Flower Arrangement Elementary Course
where you can learn basic floral arrangements. After completing this Elementary Course, you qualify to proceed to higher level of courses. Unless you complete Fresh Flower Arrangement Elementary Course (or unless you already have the same level of skill), you should not move up to a higher level of programs.
By limiting number of students to no more than 4 per class, we can implement semi private lesson with hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions. Due to this system, each student can be well taken care of by our instructor. This makes it easier for our students to earn practical flower arranging skills. If you are looking for a reliable flower arrangement class or school that can offer quality lessons, California Flower Art Academy can help.
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Here is YouTube video introducing Simple Flower Arrangement Tutorial. The source of this video is Michael Villanueva