2019 Exhibit photos

Please enjoy our exhibit photos for “Love in the Garden”, Ikebana International Chapter #160’s annual exhibit.

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  • Ikenobo (started in 1492)
  • Sogetsu (started in 1927)
  • Sensho Ikenobo (started in mid 1800’s)
  • Ohara (started in 1895)
  • Mini’s 
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This video contains the arrangements by those studying the Ikenobo school of Ikebana. The original and oldest school of Ikebana. Ikenobo designs feature very traditional designs dating back centuries as well as designs introduced in the in the 90’s and early 2000’s. In all cases, they strive to focus on the natural beauty of the materials being used.
The Sogetsu School of Ikebana began in the early 1900’s and is still going strong today as one of the most popular schools of Ikebana. Sogetsu designs are applicable for any location and are very creative and modern looking.
In this video you will enjoy the designs of two schools, Sensho Ikenobo from the mid 1800’s and Ohara from the late 1800’s. The Sensho Ikenobo school was started by an Ikenobo student and has evolved into its’ own style that is quite different. The Ohara school emphasizes the beauty of nature and its’ surrounding scenery.
These smaller designs called “mini’s” have captured our visitor’s attention. Each design is created so that it fits within a dimension of 5.5″ high x 8.5″ wide or 8.5″high by 5.5″ wide.