2015年12月16日

Ikebana

Giving life to flowers

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Ikebana is a disciplined Japanese art of flower arrangement that connects nature and humanity. Ikebana or “Ikeru”, means “keep alive, arrange flowers, living” and “hana” means (flower).
It emphasizes on every part of the plants like stems, branches, mossleaves, stalks and flowers rather than just putting blooms of flowers in a container.
In fact, many aspects are taken into consideration in this art like color combination, natural shapes, and symbolizing a meaning of the arrangements.

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The asymmetrical form and use of empty space as an important feature of composition are what makes Ikebana different from flower arrangements.
Japanese have a close relationship with their natural surroundings.
Indeed, most of Japanese houses have some type of floral arrangements at home and they value Ikebana a lot. It is an art like painting and making sculptures.

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By: Ateffa Jalali


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