The EJCA Ikebana club is off and running in its second season and your web master is racing to catch up. One set of lesson photos has been delayed but you can enjoy some selections from Vancouver workshops as well as two of the three regular lessons we have had so far.
March 6 was our first lesson of the club season with sanshuike featuring gladioli, iris and ti leaves.
Our most recent lesson, April 3, continued the study of sanshuike form, this time using broom, roses and carnations. Note: there is one example of shoka shimputai in this series.