Creative Ikebana Using Branches

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Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix says
Creative Ikebana using branches

The Japanese Friendship Garden and Sonoran Sogetsu Study Group (SDSSG) are proud to host Master teacher Mrs. Kika Shibata for a Haru presentation on Saturday evening and a special workshop on Sunday afternoon. Shibata Sensei will teach creative expression using small branches, twigs, and flowers. Experience Mrs. Shibata’s full range of artistic, structural, and teaching experience and skill by watching the show Saturday and working with her on Sunday. The workshop will focus on the sense of harmony among the materials provided; considering line, texture, depth, color, and shapes. Come and create a beautiful art object based on the strength and placement of individual, different size branches and other materials.

Kika Shibata is Riji and Sogetsu Western Regional Director, Master (Sensei), “Sogetsu Kaigaisho” Award winner, and author of three books on Ikebana floral design. With over 50 years of teaching experience, she has helped the Ikebana communities throughout California, here in Arizona, and across the United States. Mrs Shibata actively promotes Ikebana as a growing and thriving Japanese Art within the United States. The Sogetsu school of Ikebana began the trend in avant-garde arranging and focuses on learning basic skills to enjoy creative design. Sogetsu ikebana can be practiced and enjoyed by anyone, anytime, anywhere, and with any materials to create both traditional and modern design.

Sunday, March 26, 2017
1 pm – 3 pm
$35 General / $30 Members of JFG, Ikebana of Arizona, & SDSSG )
All materials and container included
Please bring hasami, garden clippers, or scissors

Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix
Winship House (Office)
216 W. Portland st
Phoenix, AZ 85006
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By: Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix

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