We enjoy learning the way of flowers
Our chapter consists of individuals who are at all levels of study, from novice to professors of Ikenobo. We are all learning together the beautiful art of Ikebana through studying with our senseis (instructors), workshops with visiting professors, and through demonstrations of styles and our practicing these styles at our monthly meetings. We would love to have you join us. Visitors are always welcome.
For more information about an upcoming meeting, you are invited to contact President Beverly Barbour: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Art of Ikebana : Instructor Shares Lifetime of Study
Gallery at Flat Rock pairs twenty professional floral designers with an equal number of artists to present imaginative interpretations of juried works of art for its third annual ‘Art in Bloom’ exhibit happening May 26 through May 28, 2018
Black Mountain Center for Arts
Friday June 15th 10:00am - Saturday June 16th 5:00pm
Two days workshop with Professor Stephanie English
Ikebana originated with Ikenobo, beginning in Kyoto, Japan, as a Buddhist floral offering. Passed down through generations of the Ikenobo family and from teacher to student, Ikenobo has spread throughout Japan and around the world. We invite you to begin by contacting an Ikenobo teacher. Discovery and enjoyment await as Ikenobo's principles suggest new possibility in the beauty of floral material in your own country. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you might have. More information at official Ikenobo website (EN)
We love our flower friends, so feel free to visit us at a monthly meeting.
Meetings of the Ikenobo Ikebana Society Blue Ridge Chapter are
held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 10:00 a.m.
First Congregational Church of Hendersonville, 1735 Fifth Avenue West, Hendersonville NC 28739.
For information, please call 828-696-4103.