Art & Design

Ikabana Exhibition – commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Ohara School of Ikebana, England Chapter

14, 15 September 2010, London

Ikebana, one of the traditional arts of Japan, has been practiced for more than six hundred years. What distinguish ikebana from simpler decorative approaches is its asymmetrical form and the use of "empty" space as an essential feature of the composition. A sense of harmony among the materials, the container and the setting is also crucial. These are characteristics of the Japanese aesthetic feeling that ikebana shares with traditional paintings, gardens, architecture and design.

Commemorating the30th anniversary of the England Chapter, the members will exhibit various Ohara style Ikebana works. 


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Admission Fee: £2


14 September 2010, 10:00-19:00 and 15th September 2010 10:00-17:00

St. Joseph’s Hall, The London Oratory, Knightbridge, SW7 2RP


Ohara School of Ikebana, England Chapter