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It has been a busy session and we appreciate the dedication of our students. Anticipation and enthusiasm are high as we wrap up the Spring term with our first workshops with a visiting Ikenobo professor from Japan. Pictures of that … Continue reading
Spring flowers offset yesterday’s snow. From nisshuike last class.we moved on to shoka shofutai sanshuike today. Next class at this location is April 25. Next Topic: Shoka shimputai Shoka Shofutai Sanshuike Material: sunflowers, aspidistra leaves and tulips.
Where has the time gone? As we approach the winter break it is time to catch up on pictures from our Fall classes. We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at the remaining classes. Thursday, Dec. … Continue reading
First, a reminder to mark your calendar now for June 26 (evening) and 27 (daytime) 2017 when we will have workshops with a visiting Ikenobo professor from Japan. Stay tuned for further details as we get closer to the date … Continue reading
The pictures have been posted for our first session at the Edmonton Jewish Seniors’ Centre. These classes are on Monday afternoons from 1-3 pm for the next 3 weeks and there would be room for a couple more participants if … Continue reading
Our August beginners’ series is off to a great start with appreciation for your enthusiastic participation. Photos are available here.
We often say ikebana is a life long practice and it is never too early to start. Welcome, Jacob, our first ikebana baby 🙂 March 31, 2016: Jean-Marcel’s class worked on Shoka sanshuike this week using broom, variegated aspidistra and … Continue reading
The new season is upon us, beginning March 17 for returning club members. Please pass the word about the Beginners’ series starting March 31 as well. We are doing the Beginners’ series a little differently this year, holding it on … Continue reading
We continued to explore seasonal freestyle this week with arrangements that expressed the change of season, from autumn to the coming winter. These arrangements also show an emphasis on the element of line. Materials were chosen from a selection of … Continue reading
In this lesson we worked on seasonal freestyle arrangements with an emphasis on points. Material selection: Sunflower petite, asparagus fern, leather leaf, mini-moon carnations, pumpkin tree, hypericum, snowberry, rose hips, branches This week’s K-cup challenge also produced some interesting results … Continue reading