These flower arrangements were designed and made by our students under the directions of our instructor during real lessons in the classroom of California Flower Art Academy
. Our unique hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions greatly helps our students easily and quickly earn a decent floral design skill. Actually we limit number of students to no more than 4 per class which makes it easy to implement semi private lessons.
These arrangements use warm feeling flowers that can be displayed not only as home interior decorations but also office arrangements. If you are fully trained at our school and make reasonable practice at home, you can earn a good skill for making these kinds of arrangements without any doubt. California Flower Art Academy is scheduling to offer series of floral design seminars in Japan from the middle of March through early May. These series of seminars are held at the class offered by instructors who graduated from our school in California.
In order to offer support service for our graduates we hold such seminars twice a year. Our graduates (who are teaching floral designs in Japan as an instructor) will have a valuable time for learning and studying from our head instructor (who visits Japan) and at the same time students who belong to our graduates' classes can learn the most current way of floral arrangement from our managing director.
California Flower Art Academy has been teaching a variety of floral designs from European arrangement to Japanese Ikebana since 1990 in the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley (San Jose) as a floral school certified by Flower Decorators Association (Tokyo Japan) that introduced European Floral Designs back in late 1980's. If you would like to earn the skill of fresh flower arranging, we can help.
You can choose your favorite course from our Wide Range of Programs
. Those who have no previous experience are recommended to start from following programs:
If you would like to learn Japanese Ikebana, the information per THIS PAGE
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