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Visiting from Japan, Professor Kiyoshi Imagawa demonstrated 11 arrangements in various Ikenobo styles. A luncheon followed at the Chaparral Suites on March 4, 2016. –
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A fantastic demonstration by Professor Makoto Fujii and a superb luncheon was had by all. He lives in Kyoto. It was the Professor’s birthday on Thursday, so there are a couple photos included with his demonstration. The smaller photos at the end are the actual arrangements and are taken from the Ikenobo Chapter files.
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2014
Holiday Workshop by Kate Secrest, Sogetsu School and
Pat Kuffler, Ikenobo School
This was a wonderful workshop with such creative ideas. There were 26 members and guests who attended. The attached photos are the unique creations made by Pat Kuffler and Kate Secrest.
Also included a couple participant arrangements.
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RECENTLY A NUMBER OF OUR MEMBERS ATTENDED THIS WORKSHOP AND REALLY ENJOYED IT.
Ikenobo, the origin of Ikebana, was established 600 years ago. It has established over 100 chapters worldwide. The San Diego Chapter celebrated their 38th Anniversary with Honored Guest 45th Headmaster SEN-EI IKENOBO on October 25th, 2014 at the University of San Diego.
Here are a few photos of the exhibition as well as works of art performed by SEN-EI IKENOBO.
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Saturday, December 7, 2013
Holiday Workshop by Retta Marconi-Dooley, Sogetsu School
Retta did a demonstration followed by a workshop using flowers from the Poinsetta plant. She gave us tips on how to preserve the flowers to last longer in an arrangement.
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