Ikebana Sogetsu Session 4
March 24 @ 1:00 pm
Ikebana (ē-kĕ-bah-nah) is the ancient art of Japanese flower arranging and one of the traditional arts of Japan. A free translation of Ikebana might be “living flowers” or “making flowers come alive”. When flowers are beautifully arranged in a container, the arrangement evokes the whole of nature itself, and people’s relationship with nature.
Presented by Pound Ridge resident Roxane Wasserman. Roxane’s designs have won numerous blue ribbons and top NGC design awards at New York and Connecticut Flower Shows. She has also done weddings, ikebana exhibitions, flower shows and floral designs for the home. Roxane currently serves as Director of the Sogetsu NY Branch, 1st Vice President of Ikebana International New York Chapter #7, Past President of the Pound Ridge Garden Club and NGC, Inc. Accredited Judge.
Flowers will be provided. Basic materials will be available for sale (or bring your own). See prices below. Please bring scissors suitable for cutting flowers, scissors for cutting branch material, a container or jug to hold water, a small towel, and a low container if you have one (11-14 inch diameter).
Supplies available for sale (or bring your own):
containers $10 (per person)
kenzans $20 (per person)
flowers $15 (per person)
Limited to 12 persons