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FREE - Ikebana Annual Exhibition - Sangetsu Demonstration

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United States National Arboretum

3501 New York Avenue Northeast

Washington, DC 20002

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Join Ikebana International Washington, D.C., Chapter No.1 during its Annual Exhibition for a FREE demonstration by Guest Ikebana Artist, Helena Arouca who will be demonstrating Sangetsu School of Ikebana

Helena Arouca is senior master in the Art of Ikebana at the Sangetsu School of Ikebana. Arouca has been practicing and teaching since 1994. She has taught hundreds of classes in Washington D.C., San Diego, Los Angeles, Miami and at a local community college in Charlottesville, VA where she now resides with her family and offers classes from her home and at City Clay.

Sangetsu School www.Sangetsu.org

Sangetsu is a school of flower arranging inspired by visionary and master artist, Mokichi Okada, who promoted a spiritual approach to life through beauty. Okada's flower arrangements expressed his great love of nature in their simplicity and naturalness. His style of arranging, preserved in a series of color photographs, formed the basis of the School and serves as the model for Korinka -- the advanced level and essence of Sangetsu. The five main guidelines which serve as the foundation of the Sangetsu School are: Arrange Flowers Naturally; Arrange Flowers Quickly; Arrange Flowers as if you were Painting a Picture; Arrange Flowers in Harmony; Arrange Flowers with Joy.

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United States National Arboretum

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