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Red October

with Ranka sensei

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Tangled Herbs

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A mingle of orange and green, all tied up into one.

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This wood construction model was adopted from Sogetsu school. This structure is a prototype tailor-made after my drawings. In a currently ongoing Sogetsu exhibition, they used a similar model on the wall, with a beautiful illumination. My version is quite plentiful, contains a vase and some dyed eucalyptus.

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My solo arrangement in Café Four Seasons. It is a nageire made of cherry blossom and roses.

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A color rehearsal with warm and bright tones.

Teacher: Ranka

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Seasonal colours in a striped vase. This nageire gave me a headache, because the twiggy branches just wouldn’t settle in and almost all the pretty leaves fell off in the process. This was the best I could do under these demanding conditions.

Teacher: Shunran

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Tomorrow is the opening of Sogetsu Ikebana Finland’s fall exhibition ‘Sogetsu to Art’ in Stoa, Helsinki. This is my solo arrangement. I have used three materials in a classic tricolor tonal range. 20150914_175924 20150914_175932

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This weekend’s Koka Fukushima Sogetsu Ikebana Sensei workshop began with a task where similar colours were to be combined together in a gradient style arrangement. The participants were allowed to choose from three different tonal ranges. I chose the yellow/orange set, which I expanded into red/orange/yellow in my own work.

The container is an elongated ceramic bowl, a gift from my mother-in-law. Below is an Instagram detail.

Teacher: Koka Fukushima

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A door piece made of fresh and dried materials designed in my weekly ikebana class in March 2015.

Teacher: Shunran

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