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“Japanese culture has sought graceful manners in "Ikebana", "the way of tea", or "Japanese dancing", where in which women learn effortlessness.”
“JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGING DEMONSTRATION, a master teacher from the Sogetsu School of Ikebana shows how to create dramatic arrangements. 1-2: 30 p.m.,”
“Six of his famous bulbous chandeliers, including a silvery one, are there, as well as newer works, like the 17-foot-long "Ikebana Boat," filled with colorful, whimsical but unrecognizable forms.”
“With Ikebana of Japan, English Country Garden of Europe or High Style of US Â – the theory of flower arrangement for gifts has been revolutionized.”
“* More on Ikebana and Sogetsu: "the great difference between the Sogetsu School and [traditional] Ikebana lies in the belief that once all the rules are learned and the techniques mastered, there is an unbounded field for freer personal expression using varied materials, not just flowers." [wiki] Curiously, I think the same kind of thing could be said about play.”
“You might mistake her for some kind of Sogetsu Ikebana*, but you would be mistaken.”
“The piece at the right is called "Ikebana Pals," and it's made using an individual printing technique, a la poupee.”
“It is the oldest school of Ikebana in Japan, having been founded in the 15th century by the Buddhist monk Ikenobo Senno.”
“Ikebana, the art of floral arrangement, is simple in the basic materials and tools it requires.”
“It is because the space is an alcove, that traditional styles of Ikebana are designed to be viewed only from the front.”
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