Friday, March 31, 2017

Philadelphia Flower show

"Holland; Flowering the World" is the theme for the 2017 Philadelphia Flower Show, running March 11 to 19 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

Sogetsu BuxMont Study Group at PHS

Materials: Bittersweet, painted curly willow, gerbera daisy,
carnation and monstera leaf.
Container: Ceramic tall vase  made by Chih
Exhibitor: Chih Huang
Exhibitor: Meei-Huey Lin 
Exhibitor: Chih Huang
Exhibitor: Doris C Liu
Exhibitor: Sylvia Wei
 Sogetsu BuxMont Study Group have four arrangements displayed at Philadelphia Flower Show this year, there were  First Rotation: Meei-Huey Lin      Second Rotation: Chih Huang
Third Rotation: Doris C Liu  and  Sylvia Wei (3-11 to 3-19 2017)

Thursday, March 9, 2017

My presentation-"Ikebana and Containers"

Materials: Dried branch, Dried grasses and Oriental lily
Container: Ceramic Suiban created by Chih

Materials: Hydrangea, Monstera, Fuji mum and Italian ruscus
Containers: Wooden receptacle and Ceramic vase, all created by Chih
Various of Containers

Sogetsu BuxMont Study Group was held the Second lecture Series  " Ikebana and Containers"  presented by Chih Huang.
The lecture series is a part of Sogetsu BuxMont Study Group continuing education program.
Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Time: 11:00 am to 1:30 pm
Where: North Wales Area Library
                233 S Swartley Street
                North Wales, PA 19454
Without right containers, there is no beautiful Ikebana. Flower arrangement and containers work together to create Ikebana, and it is hard to choose which part is more important. Ikebana reflects the nature of earth and interpreting the moods of seasons.   Through creative use of certain containers, we are able to create fine art. Containers are integral to the entirety of Ikebana.