Gold Hill Event: Wakamatsu Ikebana Class
Methods of Fixing Branches in Tall (Nigiri) Containers
Classic Japanese style flower arranging, Ikebana, showcases the use of beautiful leaning branches to offset gorgeous flowers. Who hasn’t admired the graceful curves and lines, and then struggled to get your branches to stay how you wanted them in the container? The Ikebana artist knows the secrets!
Come learn and practice “Dome” the art of fixing branches. There are many styles of “Dome” to address many types of engineering challenges. In this lesson we will learn and practice “Soegi-Dome” (Soy-gee-domay) and Jumonji-Dome” (Joo-mon-gee-domay) two very useful methods. Each participant will take home the beautiful arrangement they create.
Yasmin “Ki-Doh”, Spiegel, has been a student for seventeen years of Kika Shibata Sensei in the Sogetsu School of Ikebana. She has been a Sogetsu teacher since 2014. Children ages 7+ (w/ adult supervision) welcome.
Contact ARC to sign up and for meeting location (Gold Hill area). Cost: $25/members, $35/non-members. [email protected] or 530-621-1224.
Date & Time
September 26, 2020
9:00AM - 12:00PM