The Art of Ikebana means "making flowers alive.” Introduced in the 6th century Japan, this simple practice of arranging flowers and greenery has become part of everyday life and evolved into an art form, universally recognized and admired. People everywhere enjoy the beauty of flowers and plants.
Ohara School Master Instructor, Margot Wang, demonstrates how to “make flowers alive” by providing instructions for beginners and inspiration for those familiar with this living art form.
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