Most people who learn Ikebana at our school are entry level students. All the arrangements introduced in this page were made by our students (or some by graduates) under the instruction of our Ikebana teacher. Therefore most arrangements are beginner level.
Recently we can find some floral artists who learn Ikebana arrangements in addition to European (or American) flower designs. Some people (who already earned skills of making European floral designs) find a different kind of beauty in Ikebana arrangements. Only because they already learned regular kind of floral arrangements, they are in a position to make a fair evaluation about Ikebana's graceful beauty.
Those floral artists often make very creative and unique floral arrangements by way of mixing/blending European style and Japanese style of floral art. As a matter of fact, we can find some Ikebana artists who adopt European style of designs in their Ikebana arrangements. This fact means floral artists are giving influence each other on the way of flower arranging between European style and Japanese style.
Namely learning Ikebana will help you change your style of floral designs and you MAY create quite unique designs, which definitely contribute to expanding your portfolio of your floral arrangements.
If you are interested in learning Ikebana arrangements, why not join under mentioned AFFORDABLE programs that are designed for beginner students who have no (or only little) experience in Ikebana arts:Ikebana Short Seminar ProgramIkebana Arrangement Elementary Course
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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