IKEBANA + ABSTRACT PAINTING CLASS - SYDNEY 25 MAY
Join the beautiful Emi for an equally beautiful morning of serene creativity.
Emi studied fine arts in the United States before returning to Tokyo to study Japanese art, and her ability to create sublime beauty is inspiring. Her regular practice of the strict disciplines of calligraphy, dancing and ikebana allow her to access the freedom of pure creativity.
IKEBANA is the Japanese art of flower arranging, inspired by the desire to create harmony between humanity and the natural world. Emi considers Ikebana a conversation between herself and the flowers and an invitation to god to come closer.
Ikebana is, fundamentally, an exploration of the frictions between the visible and the invisible, life and death, permanence and ephemerality, luxury and simplicity. A search for balance between opposites.
You will not only take home a beautiful arrangement, you will also receive your own "stayput" (kenzan in Japanese) so you can continue to create at home.
ABSTRACT PAINTING the gentle guidance of Emi will have you heading home with an abstract canvas artwork inspired by your floral arrangement.
10am - 1pm
25th May 2019
LOCATION: The School, 2/85 Dunning Ave, Rosebery
PRICE: $280 - This includes the cost of all materials, including
* flowers to arrange
* stayput (kenzan) & vessel for you to take home
* all materials for painting
* elderflower cordial and infinite cups of fragrant tea.
NOTE: This is the class even for those who have no experience with flowers or with painting. Emi’s gentle guidance and tuition will make artists out of all of you.