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Working alone at home, I bent some dry materials into squares, following the basic colour principles and angular dynamics set and made famous by Piet Mondrian. Buttercup, found aplenty in nature in summer, accustomed to this requirement quite well.

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Ranka sensei’s garden workshop in June. We created a team arrangement with bamboo and dried leaf material. M.Forssell and I.Appelqvist were in my team.

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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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This year’s second exhibition was in a lovely café called Four Seasons.(http://www.neljavuodenaikaa.fi)

Our group of four arranged this exhibition in the honor and celebration of our first teacher level graduation in Sogetsu ikebana. This was our shared creation: a fresh green and white wall piece resting in a Japanese vase kindly lent to us by Shunran sensei.

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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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