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20160512_190247I gave my first public ikebana demonstration in our group exhibition in Café Four Seasons.

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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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I’m thinking in terms of a swamp somewhere in the wild Everglades, and a pond within, where a bright lotus flower rises up from the murky waters. Better yet, a scent of jasmin fills the air.

Teacher: Ranka

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Rose and willow in a nageire.

Teacher: Shunran

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Self-portrait: variations

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The driftwood stump takes a less dominant position when the entity is placed in a rusty box, or removed altogether.

Teacher: Ranka

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Self-Portrait

Mostly tough and dry, with a few lush parts. Shaped like Australia. That’s me in ikebana, vol.2.0. in March 2014.

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Carry Us Home in a Woven Basket

Variegated roses in a self-made basket garnished with aspidistra.

Teacher: Ranka

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Roses & Monsters

Different coloured roses under two monstera leaves, spiced up with some pistachio leaves.

Teacher: Shunran

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Luster of Metal - Harmony in Red

Red roses in a red moribana vase. The metal functions not only as a foreign element but also holds the asparagus greens and the flowers in a more upright position.

Teacher: Shunran

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Rose Before the Snow

Rose Before the Snow

The powerful red autumn tones made me want to buy a single white rose – as if to forecast the first snow that was soon about to fall. I did several sketches of different arrangements, but I will only publish this version, which lets the colours shine bright.

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