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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.
We continued our study of shoka sanshuike with a distinctly Fall theme to the material selection: sunflower, ornamental grass, bullrush, rose hip, maple, and solidago. Then, back by popular demand, we enjoyed another K-cup challenge with some miniature freestyle arrangements. … Continue reading
The material used for this lesson provided some opportunities to improve our pruning skills. Pruning helps us show off the beauty and lines of the material but making the decision of what, and how much, to clip can be challenging. … Continue reading
Great to see all those familiar faces after the summer hiatus. We started off the Fall session with a lesson in shoka sanshuike. Then just for fun, we added a K-cup free style miniature challenge. We hope you enjoy the … Continue reading
Many thanks to all who participated in this summer’s beginners’ series. It was a pleasure to work with you and we hope to see you again soon. Pictures are posted here. Regular club lessons begin next week, Thursday September 3. … Continue reading
Many thanks to all who participated in our club’s exhibition and demonstration at the Spring Festival. We would also like to acknowledge the support of Kerry Mulholland of the Devonian Gardens, and the Japanese Consulate. Next regular lesson June 18. … Continue reading
I saw a robin today, yeah Spring! Thanks for your patience everyone. Here are the pictures, at long last. We finished off March with shoka sanshuike and shifted to freestyle in April. Each week we have been exploring a different … Continue reading
The photos from the 3rd lesson, sanshuike, can be found here. See you Saturday at Westwood Unitarian Congregation 11135 65 Ave. for the last lesson in this series. 9:15-11:30.
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 … Continue reading
Sanshuike arrangements using wild dogwood and roses concluded the introductory series. Many thanks to Westwood Unitarian Congregation for hosting these classes. Regular classes resume at the Edmonton Japanese Cultural Centre this Thursday at 7 pm. We look forward to welcoming … Continue reading