Toby Schmich

A traditional shoka using two materials, this Shoka Nishuike with Nejime is in a Japanese ceramic container. Eucalyptus are shin and soe; and purple pom-pom mums form the tai area, called nejime here as it serves to “tighten” the area of the arrangement at the mizugiwa, or water’s edge.

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