This week, Kazuko made a 3-material Shoka arrangement for the Kimono Show at TACtile, originally planned with Rush and Wild Iris from nearby ditch and Anthrium, for summer cheerfulness. Unfortunately, Anthrium was not available. And, Blue Hosta which was blooming everywhere outside the house was used instead.
The result was a very calm and simple “Natural Beauty.”
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This weekend’s Kazuko’s Shoka flower arrangement for the 2nd week of TACtile Kimono Show is One-Material Shoka using Veronica.
There was to be a tea celemony during this weekend at TACtile. So, Kazuko thought a quiet shoka was more appropriate than Rikka for the event.
Kazuko was asked to present the flower arrangement for the Opening of Kimono Show at TACtile, Textile Arts Center at 1955 South Quince Street in Denver from June 28 through June 29, 2013. She presented this Rikka (Kusamono Rikka).
She will teach the Oshi-E workshop classs from 1pm to 3pm on July 21, 2013, and the Furoshiki workshop classs at TACtile from 1pm to 3pm on August 3, 2013.
Please see sample Furoshiki wrapping pictures on
Furoshiki : Japanese Art of Wrapping
Upcoming exhibits and Classes at TACtile
for workshop details. Please call TACtile to reserve a seat.