April 28th, & May 26th 10am-1pm Instructor Yasmin Spiegel is a “Sensei“ (teacher) in the Sogetsu School of Ikebana, Japanese flower arranging. Ages 8+w/adult supervision. Meeting location Gold Hill/Placerville area. Cost: Individual classes $35/members, $45/non-members. A detailed email will be sent once you register online. REGISTRATION LINK

April 28: Color in Sogetsu Ikebana Color is the third element of Ikebana arrangements. It is a rich topic to explore and enjoy! The color of your container can be complimentary, opposite, or simply neutral. Each plant material has color – however, even on the same tree the leaves and flowers have subtle variations. “Hue”, “value” and “chroma” are the three attributes of colors. In this lesson, we will explore the ways in which colors can be used to harmonize or contrast in each arrangement.

May 26: Intertwining Plant Materials The basic techniques of making Ikebana are cutting, bending and fixing (Dome). The subject of this lesson of “intertwining” can be understood as an additional technique. The key point is to choose the materials suitable for intertwining – paying attention to flexibility, texture, resilience and sculptural compliment to your container.

Wakamatsu Farm

Apr 28, 2024
10:00 AM PDT to 1:00 PM PDT
RSVP Required
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