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Daily meditation using Japanese maple and camellia from our garden.
I am an Italian Ikebana teacher of the Sogetsu school. My Name: Luca Ramacciotti My Teacher's name: Valeria Raso Matsumoto Material: Solidago, Ceratonia, Mitsumata (dripping with acrylic colour), Anthurium and marble Container: ceramic vase This arrangement has been designed for a Modern Art Exhibition in Tuscany (Boom Art) and it’s inspired by Jackson Pollock Art
I am an Italian Ikebana teacher of the Sogetsu school.
My Name: Lucio
My Teacher's name: Valeria Raso Matsumoto
Material: Aloe, Tulip
Container: ceramic vase
I have been given aloe by my parents and I saw it I thought that red and yellow tulips and the red vase were the best match, but I serched for different flowers and tried differet vases just to get back to my first idea. The final result reminds me of Medusa.
I am an Italian Ikebana student of the Sogetsu school.
My Name: Paola BELFIORE
My Teacher's name: Lucio FARINELLI
Material: Peonia, Maple and Contorted Nut.
Container: Crystal vase
I was inspired by the elegant, slender shape of the crystal container and the contorted but delicate form of the nut branch, that is suspended around the vase. Peonies are the focus with maple giving levity to the whole. Coloured water, the unconventional element.