All these arrangements were made at the classroom during a real floral design lesson of California Flower Art Academy. After taking a look at these arrangements, you MAY have already found the common feature for all three designs that are using curved elements which offer a different kind of atmosphere. In order to make a difference, we use various materials such as bear grass, ferns, cattails, aspidistra leaf and curly willows etc. that help make a difference not only in the appearance of arrangement but also the atmosphere created by the floral design.
Ikebana arrangements often use curly branches or fresh greenery such as bear grass and ferns that can easily become curved elements. In case of European or American floral arrangements, some designers use similar plants when making a contemporary arrangements. No matter which floral art it is, Japanese Ikebana or European arrangement, various kinds of greenery and plants can be used in order to create eye catching designs that are sometimes highly evaluated by floral design fans.
When it comes to using fresh materials that are inherently curly or curvy, it is not very difficult to make arrangement. However when it is necessary for a floral artist to manipulate materials (flower stems, branches or greenery etc) to appeal the beauty of curved elements, people who are not so well experienced MAY have a hard time.
In order to create curvy elements in floral designs, floral designers are required to learn, study and practice how to do and what to do. The best and easiest way is to take lessons from a well experienced instructor who can easily create unique arrangements using above mentioned materials.
If you love flowers and would like to learn floral arrangements, California Flower Art Academy can help. Regardless of your purpose and goal for learning floral designs, it is mandatory for beginner students to start from Fresh Flower Arrangement Elementary Course where they can earn fundamental floral design skills without which they cannot expect to go to the next level of arrangements.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org