Two Ikebana arrangements using two pieces of Kenzan
These Ikebana arrangements were made by our students under instructions of our Ikebana teacher during real lessons in the classroom of California Flower Art Academy.
Both Ikebana arrangements are designed with Moribana style and each arrangement uses two pieces of Kenzan respectively. In the shallow container called Suiban, you can find two designs displayed side by side. There are two mainstream styles in Ikebana arrangements. One is called Moribana and the other is Nageire. The arrangement using a Kenzan and Suiban is called Moribana.
Nageire uses a tall container in which we cannot place Kenzan. Therefore we depend on a different style of arranging skill. For beginners Moribana is quite popular. California Flower Art Academy offers a Wide Range of Programs from European designs to Ikebana arrangements. If you want to learn fresh flower arrangements, we are more than happy to help you earn practical skills. For those who have no experience in Ikebana, we recommend following programs:
California Flower Art Academy has been engaged in teaching a wide range of floral designs in the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley (San Jose) since 1990 as a floral school certified by Flower Decorators Association (Tokyo Japan). We offer hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions (semi private lessons) which greatly help entry level students easily and quickly earn a decent level of skills. If you are looking for a reliable floral arrangement instructors or floral design school offering quality classes with cheap, inexpensive and affordable tuition in the San Francisco Bay Area (San Mateo County) or Silicon Valley (San Jose, Santa Clara County), why not join California Flower Art Academy ? We help you make a difference in floral art.