Ikebana has its roots in the 7th century in the daily life of the Buddhists monks who collected and arranged flowers to prolong their lives. Ikebana, as well as calligraphy, soon becomes a major art in the East. Generations of artists of various schools converge today in respecting three essential dimensions: "shin"-heaven, "soe"-human, "hikae"-earth. Practicing ikebana helps us to follow the seasons, to observe nature by composing with the lines and colours of plants a harmonious whole.
For this workshop, the master is Milena Depelsenaire who has been practicing Ikebana for almost 10 years and was trained according to the principles of the Sogetsu school in Brussels. She is also a visual artist and draughtswoman, her personal creations mix the disciplines. She offers you ikebana classes preceded by a pick-up walk.
Ikebana classes will resume in the fall of 2020. Dates will be communicated shortly.
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