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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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I bargained a new square container and put it to immediate use with lily, carnation and aspidistra.

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Tulip Giftbox

Juniper, orange parrot tulip and decorative berries in a red square vase. Made on an ikebana weekend course.

Teacher: Shunran

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Rosecatcher

Given the chance to use these beautiful palm leaves in a basic moribana, I took it. Their shape reminds me of Native American feathers, and thus, their use in dreamcatchers. This arrangement is part of our current ikebana exhibition.

http://www.vantaanseurakunnat.fi/fi/toiminta/korson-seurakunta/tapahtumakalenteri/ikebana-japanilaisen-kukkienasettelutaiteen-nayttely

Teacher: Shunran

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Squared

The first ‘official task’ in 2013 was to disintegrate and reassemble parts of a plant – the wonderful, beautifully lush monstera. I envisioned a square shape which repeats the shape and colour of the container.

Teacher: Ranka

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