Botanical Art

  • Beginning Western Flower Design • Wed 10am–noon • FLDD191L01

    Interested in floral design as a hobby or a career? Learn the basics in this class. Explore the uses of different types of floral material while incorporating the elements and principles of design. Flower care and handling, a bit of terminology, botany and history are also included. This is a fu...

    Deb Di Bella  
    Jan. 23-Mar. 6
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  • Intermediate Western Flower Design • Wed 6–8pm • FLDD191L03

    This six week session is the continuation of the exploration of Western floral design styles. Students will be learning new techniques to help them create arrangements. Proper care and handling, and the use of the principles and elements of design will be stressed. Previous experience is desirab...

    Deb Di Bella  
    Jan. 23-Mar. 6
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  • Beginning Western Flower Design • Thu 6–8pm • FLDD191L02

    Interested in floral design as a hobby or a career? Learn the basics in this class. Explore the uses of different types of floral material while incorporating the elements and principles of design. Flower care and handling, a bit of terminology, botany and history are also included. This is a fu...

    Deb Di Bella  
    Jan. 24-Mar. 7
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  • Sogetsu Ikebana: Spalding • Fri 10-12pm • Apr 5 & 12 • FLMT191L11

    Learn the principles and concepts of the Sogetsu Ikebana style to create basic and freestyle arrangements with tropical and other varieties of flowers. In the first half hour of class, instructors demonstrate a basic arrangement to illustrate ikebana variations. This class is designed for student...

    Maki Takushi & Sanae Tanabe  
    Apr. 5-Apr. 12
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  • Sogetsu Ikebana: Spalding • Fri 1-3pm • Apr 5 & Apr 12 • FLMT191L12

    Learn the principles and concepts of the Sogetsu Ikebana style to create basic and freestyle arrangements with tropical and other varieties of flowers. In the first half hour of class, instructors demonstrate a basic arrangement to illustrate ikebana variations. This class is designed for student...

    Maki Takushi & Sanae Tanabe  
    Apr. 5-Apr. 12
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  • Sogetsu Ikebana: Art School • Thu 10am–noon • Jan 24–Feb 28 • FLBT191L06

    Learn how to use a variety of materials to create beautiful flower arrangements. The class offers lessons in basic creativity. Class limited to 15 students. Offered in two ongoing six-week sessions. Supply fee: $60 supply fee paid to instructor Supply List

    Bertha Tottori & Earl Shimabukuro  
    Jan. 24-Feb. 28
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  • Sogetsu Ikebana: Art School • Thu 10am–noon • Mar 14–Apr 25 • FLBT191L08

    Learn how to use a variety of materials to create beautiful flower arrangements. The class offers lessons in basic creativity. Class limited to 15 students. Offered in two ongoing six-week sessions. Supply fee: $60 supply fee paid to instructor Supply List   *No Class Mar 21

    Bertha Tottori & Earl Shimabukuro  
    Mar. 14-Apr. 25
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  • Sogetsu Ikebana: Art School • Thu 6–8pm • Jan 24–Feb 28 • FLES191L09

    Learn how to use a variety of materials to create beautiful flower arrangements. The class offers lessons in basic creativity. Class limited to 15 students. Offered in two ongoing six-week sessions. Supply fee: $60 supply fee paid to instructor Supply List

    Bertha Tottori & Earl Shimabukuro  
    Jan. 24-Feb. 28
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  • Sogetsu Ikebana: Art School • Thu 6–8pm • Mar 14–Apr 18 • FLES191L10

    Learn how to use a variety of materials to create beautiful flower arrangements. The class offers lessons in basic creativity. Class limited to 15 students. Offered in two ongoing six-week sessions. Supply fee: $60 supply fee paid to instructor Supply List

    Bertha Tottori & Earl Shimabukuro  
    Mar. 14-Apr. 18
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  • Intro to Oshibana • Sun 1-4pm • FLEC191L04

    Learn the proper procedure for preserving the color and beauty of flowers.  Invented in Victorian England and refined in Japan within the last century, Oshibana is an art form that utilizes fresh pressed flowers to create elegant designs. Examples range from floral designs to landscapes with...

    Edwin Cheung  
    Feb. 17-Feb. 24
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  • Oshibana • Sun 1-4pm • FLEC191L05

    This class is a continuation of “Introduction to Oshibana,” students will hone their techniques for preserving the natural color and beauty of flowers.  Invented in Victorian England and refined in Japan within the last century, Oshibana is an art form that utilizes fresh pressed...

    Edwin Cheung  
    Mar. 16-Apr. 20
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  • Modern Lei Making • Sun 10:30-1pm • FLLS191S14

    Learn the beautiful tradition of lei in a new way. Combine common and exotic materials to add color, texture, and shape to your lei that will make it a unique piece of art.

    Lauren Shearer  
    Apr. 14-Apr. 14
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