Flower Arrangement

Posted by Nyanko on 9:19 PM in
My mother and I are learning the flower arrangement once a month.
We say "IKEBANA" in Japanese.The verb "Ikeru" means like "to give a life" or so, I think it seems to be a little different from the verb "to arrange".
I usually learn "OSHOUKA", which is the very basic way of arrangement.
Generally we use 2 or 3 kinds of flowers and arrange them in set order.
It looks like these.

It is said that each part of flowers represents the sky, the earth, and the human, but I don't know well.

But this time, I didn't learn the usual work but the free arrangement, lunch boxes.The teacher said that it was the autumn lunch.

My mother made a cute poodle by carnations.

Our teacher prepares very interesting works every time.
This is another student's arrangement.

Very beautiful and amazing!


Very beautiful and amazing piece of art.
Lilly, UK

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