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PW-02-22 Miniature Ikebana with Ping Wei



Miniature ikebana was first introduced by the second head master of Sogetsu school Ikebana, Kasumi Teshigahara. It is composed of several ikebana works that feature particular, small parts of plants.
In this workshop students will observe carefully the different parts of the plant including its petals, pistils and stamen, fruits, leaves, branches and stems, to make new discoveries of their distinctive appearance. Students will have the opportunity to make several Ikebana arrangements (five or more) in this way of careful observation, and learn how to display them on a base plate, a tray, a piece of Japanese paper, or a table center in a way that a movement or a flow is felt by the way they are arranged.
A set of five small ceramic containers by artist instructor Ping Wei will be provided for you (a value of $60) to keep.

Saturday | January 15, 2022 |10:00am- 12:00pm | $50 +$40 materials fee (includes five small ceramic containers)


**In order to provide a safe learning environment, all class sizes will be limited, and masks are required for all students and visitors, regardless of vaccination status.  

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