Flower Pictures, Japanese Flower, Japanese For Flower, Japanese Flower Arranging, Japanese Flower Art

Posted by Syaiful Bahri on Friday, July 1, 2011

Flower arrangement, cut stems, leaves, and centuries-old Japanese art of flower arrangement in a container. Many technologies needed to place the flower stems and are taught in special classes in ikebana. 3 to 5 years of instruction, technical, these skills should be aesthetic.

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Ikebana is nearly 700 years it has been actually developed several different styles. Among the most popular Tachibana (upright flower), Meiji Seika (living flowers), nageire and (mixed live upright) is. These styles are arranged in a tall vase. moribana style is (flower remote) is displayed in a shallow dish-shaped containers in general. Traditionally decorated with arrangements of ikebana alcove, a room in the home had been received by the guest. In the past century, flower arrangement as well as housing and personal entrance hall, is seen in the living room windows of the lobby and public and commercial buildings.

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Flower selection is very important in flower arrangement. Typically, a single flower is chosen for the design, it should blend in harmony with the container. When choosing flowers, who must consider the season. Flower vase, the season must be compatible. Floral design and western flower that overlap each other, unlike the Japanese flower arrangements using the minimum amount of leaves needed to provide an elegant contours that highlight the simple beauty of the Flower stem.

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Ikebana is to move into the new century, Western influence can be seen in some schools. This style is called hanaisho. Have been used in several designs of flowers, there is no hierarchy is maintained around each flower for a balance between all elements of the arrangement of space. Regardless of what influence, the eastern view of an art form is at the core nature of design, simplicity and harmony, not always in vogue.

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