Ikebana of curved elements in Moribana and Nageire
These Ikebana arrangements were made by our students under full support by our Ikebana instructor during real lessons in the classroom of California Flower Art Academy.
As you MAY recognize both arrangements use the same greenery (ferns) and the left side Ikebana is made in the style (method) of Moribana
and right one is in Nageire
(Be careful about pronunciation of "Nageire". Japanese people never understand the pronunciation of Nageire available on the internet). Moribana uses Kenzan
while Nageire does not use Kenzan and uses tall Ikebana vase as shown here. Generally speaking Nageire is difficult compared with Moribana. Therefore students usually learn Nageire only after they have mastered Moribana.
If you have a lot of experience by learning Ikebana for a long period of time, you can enjoy having wonderful opportunities of enjoying various styles of arranging method as well as variation of Ikebana designs. California Flower Art Academy
teaches Ikebana from basics to advanced level by way of hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions in the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley. We offer a Variety of Program and Courses
. For more information or questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Following YouTube video clearly and easily explains the difference between Moribana and Ikebana as well as the concept of Ikebana arrangement. Presenter is Eileen Kay. Video source is Ziji Online
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