Tuesday, February 7, 2017

" Winter" at New Hope- Inspiring Images and Ikebana

  # 1 on the  stage -  " Winter's Pane and Beauty"
Materials: Orchids, Fuji Mum, Quinces, Oriental lilies, Winter berries, Wax flowers, Spruces, Pine,Italian ruscus, Mums, Driftwoods, Barks, Branches, Greens.
Exhibitors: June Wu, Betty L.Tsai,  Ying Chen
#2 - "A Midwinter Night's Dream "
Materials: Bittersweet, Nandina, Carnations, Statice,
Hinoki, Mums, Siberrian dogwood, Dried hydrangea
Exhibitor: Lynn J. Lee
# 3 -  " Stillness, Calm"
Materials: Hydrangea,Painted branches, Baby's breath.
Stone, Pine
Exhibitor: Grazynka Shaarani

# 4 - "Three Friends of Winter"
" Suihan Sanyou"
Materials: Bamboo, Mungo pines, Quincess,
Spider mums, Alstroemeria.
Exhibitors: Doris C, Liu, Mary Swierczynski
#5 - "New Year New Hope"
Materials:Pine, Fuji mum, Portia, Winter berries, Wax Flowers, Painted dogwood branches,and Mizuhiki Cords
Exhibitor: Chih Huang

The Year of Rooster
Lunar New Year- January 28, 2017

New Hope Arts Features Art and Flowers in the Winter Exhibition. 

The exhibition, featuring paintings and photographs by invited member-artists, also showcases unique inspired winter floral arrangements by the members of the Sogetsu BuxMont Study Group-a regional non-profit organization of teachers and students of Ikebana- Japanese flower arranging.
Exhibition was held for nine days,  January 21-29  in conjunction with the Lambertville New Hope Winter Festival.
Sogetsu  BuxMont Study Group had displayed four of arrangements plus one huge on the stage arrangement, they are so beautiful and we did a great job! (1-20-2017)

Monday, February 6, 2017

Holiday arrangements -2016

Materials: Pine, mum,winter  berries, and golden  painted bamboo.
Container:  Ceramic bastket made by Chih
New Year festival
Materials: Pine, silver painted dogwood branches,
carnation, red poinsettia , and winter berries.
Container: Ceramic tall vase made by Chih
Merry Chrismas

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Holiday House Tour

My teacher Ms. Lin participated Noristown Garden Club Holiday House Tour event, I went with Sensei Ms. Lin arranged two arrangements at 99 E  9th Ave, Collegeville, PA;  President's house of Collegeville University.  Those two arrangements were so beautiful and different from others, people love it and enjoyed the tour.
The members of Garden Club sold about 2,000 tickets,$25 each for the event, they really did a great job.  Thank you Ms. Lin for gave me this great opportunity to learn something behind Ikebana.( 12/8/2016)