These Ikebana arrangements were designed and made by our students under the instructions of our Ikebana teacher during real lessons in the classroom of California Flower Art Academy. These Ikebana Arrangements use tropical flowers and offer a unique atmosphere that cannot be created by Western Style Arrangement. If you are fully trained and make reasonable practice at home, you can earn a good skill for making these kinds of Ikebana Floral Decorations. We offer Ikebana lessons every week in San Jose (Santa Clara County) and also Burlingame (San Mateo County) close to San Francisco Airport throughout the year.
Ikebana is a Japanese traditional floral art
with a long long history. Nowadays this floral art is popular all over the world and affecting western style arrangement in various senses. Some of European (or American) floral artists adopt the way of Ikebana arrangement, which helps them expand their design portfolio. No matter whether you are already familiar with regular floral arrangement or not, learning Ikebana can definitely help you make a difference in your floral art.
We offer various Ikebana programs
from which you can choose your favorite one considering your experience and budget. By taking lessons of Ikebana arrangement, you can learn a totally different kind of designs featuring curly and curved lines as well as various types of asymmetrical arrangements using line flowers, which are typical in Ikebana art. Once you earn a reasonable skill of Ikebana art, you can blend western style design (European or American arrangement) and Japanese traditional floral art, which offers very creative designs like no others. Also you will become familiar with how to use Kenzan
(needlepoint holder) and Suiban
(shallow type container). In various kinds of sense, you can enjoy creating a new style of floral art leading to contemporary arrangement (if you like). If you have no experience in Ikebana at all, we recommend you to start with following programs:
REMARKS: We do not offer Ikebana Arrangement Instructor Course. None of our Ikebana courses is designed for training students to become Ikebana Instructor. For more information, please contact email@example.com