This is Ikebana arrangement using geometric greenery. The design was made by our Ikebana instructor for our students to learn Ikebana at the classroom of California Flower Art Academy
during a real lesson. The arrangement is made using Kenzan
to hold flowers and Suiban
as well. You can see the shallow container called Suiban in which Kenzan is placed (although it is a little bit difficult to find it due to the same black color). Ikebana is a profound floral art
with a long history and it offers relaxation.
As Ikebana arrangement seldom uses geometric elements, this COULD be called a contemporary or modern Ikebana arrangement. Ikebana often uses curly or curved elements such as curly willow, grapevines, bear grass or ferns etc to express the beauty of natural curve. But this particular arrangement shows geometric pattern by way of bending greenery element.
California Flower Art Academy offers a Wide Range of Programs
from Ikebana to European arrangement. For those who have a full time job and cannot spare time for joining lessons on weekdays and daytime, we offer Weekend Class
and Evening Lesson
as well almost every week at San Jose and Burlingame. If you would like to learn Ikebana arrangement, we can help. For people without any experience we recommend following affordable programs by our certified Ikebana instructor:
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Here is YouTube video demonstrating Ikebana arrangement. The source of this video is Ikebana Beautiful