Ohara Ikebana:The Gentle Art of Japanese Flower Arranging
Create beauty and reduce stress through Ikebana, the ancient Japanese art of arranging flowers in the style most pleasing to the eye. Learn from the Ohara School of Ikebana whose instruction is the result of 600 years of evolving artistic development in Japan. Develop your practice incrementally over four sessions. Price includes a container and kenzan to take home and flowers for each session.
This is a 4-part series. The class fee covers all four classes.Sign up for this class
4-Part Series – March 19, March 26 April 2, April 16
Please bring a notebook, bucket, towel, and shears.
20% Member discount
Time: 10:30am to 12:30pm
Class availability limitations: None
Ohara School of Ikebana
The Arizona Chapter of the Ohara School of Ikebana presents this four part series. For more than six hundred years Ikebana has been one of Japan’s traditional art forms. Originating with floral offerings to ancestors it grew to become part of the Buddhist ritual. The Ohara School is among the leaders in Ikebana. Ohara School’s Ikebana has two basic forms, Moribana in the flat container and Heika in tall thin containers. Ohara School emphasizes seasonality, natural beautify and natural environment in most styles. Ohara School students follow a prescribed curriculum from the basic styles and advancing to mastery of classic and free-style arrangements.