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Lime green foam plastic sakura blossoms on corylus avellana contorta.

There is a dramatic, fictional and captivating hint of spring. The blossoms are born from the bubble pattern on the vase.

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Vasta Experiments

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Arranging with midsummer in mind.

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I created my this year’s first exhibition piece out of fresh green bamboo. The stalks are from Gardenia greenhouse center, which has been shut down. I was both happy and sad to maneuver this material, which has special sentimental value to me. The pieces are joined together by bast fiber. It was clear from the start that theflowers would be either calla lily or Peruvian lily, white at any rate.

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Our team arrangement at Sogetsu Ikebana Fnland’s fall exhibition 2015 in STOA gallery, Helsinki. Designed, painted, and assembled by Shunran, L.Talikka, and myself.

Teacher: Shunran

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Working on a single material in a new vase (Illum Bolighus, Copenhagen).

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A team work by four of Shunran’s more advanced students. We started the weekly class off by building this wall piece in the classroom. It is supported by a metal wire net structure. We were quite satisfied with the seasonal outcome that takes advantage of both fresh and dry materials.

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Teacher: Shunran

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A freestyle arrangement in a new twisted purple plastic container. By the way, this context is a good moment to apprectiate Santiago Calatrava’s architecture. I named this post in the honor of ‘Turning Torso’, a skyscraper in Malmö, Sweden.

Teacher: Shunran

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