Art of Ikebana Class Starting Thursday, August 20, 2015 in Rowland Heights

Finished art projects. Happy students and teacher.
Finished art projects. Happy students and teacher.
Finished art projects. Happy students.
Finished art projects. Happy students.


The Ancient Art of Japanese Flower Arranging

Instructor: Betty May Yang (Member of Sugetsu Los Angeles)
When:
SESSION 1 Thursdays,  8/20/15 – 9/3/15 6:45p – 8:50p (3 weeks)

SESSION 2 Thursdays,   9/10/15 – 9/24/15  6:45p – 8:50p (3 weeks)
Location: Rowland Adult & Community Education, 2100 Lerona Ave., Rowland Heights, CA
Fee: $45 / three weeks
Material Fee: $20 payable  to instructor in advance at each meeting (cash only)
Note: Students to provide their own tools, e.g., bowls, scissors, and Kenzan (heavy needlepoint holders)
Call to Enroll: (626) 965-5975
Email: bettymay88@gmail.com

A thousand years of grace, elegance, sophistication and beauty. Flower arranging expert Betty May will show you how to use Ikebana flower arranging techniques to bring out the hidden beauty of both everyday and exotic flowers. Everyone will handle real flowers in each session – cutting, shaping, arranging – and take home a beautiful flower arrangement. Grace your home or office with the beauty and mystery of Ikebana. Topics include selecting flowers, choosing extra materials, bowls and vases, and the placement of the arrangements within the home or office. This class is also perfect for someone interested in the business of flower arranging or professionals who want to add Japanese techniques to their vocabulary.

(Students will get a certificate after completing 12 weeks of classes)

This class will be taught by Betty May Yang who studied extensively with Japanese Ikebana Master, Ms. Yamamoto, and was honored with the post of Official Flower Arranger and Teacher by the Postal Service of the Republic of China. She is currently very active as a teacher, consultant, and designer for numerous weddings, corporations, and private individuals. She also conducts workshops at the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach. Member of Sugetsu.

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