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January 17, 2021 Rikka Workshop
January 17, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Professor: Professor Jeanne Holy (guest professor from Illinois)
Cost: $20.00 members (RSVP Date: January 15th, 2020)
- Register: Please respond to all RSVPs before the registration deadline. After you register, you will be sent the link for the Zoom Workshop and to associated videos.
- Send your Payment: Make checks out to Ikenobo of Arizona. Checks should be sent to Lisa Schleier, 226 E. Marconi Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85022-3019.
- Send Photos: Please make sure to send your pictures before the deadline so your sensei has time to critique them and you will have time to modify your arrangement and send back the picture of your corrected arrangement.
The link to the ZOOM workshop will be sent to you AFTER you register.
If you have questions, please contact Wanda LaLoggia at (480) 600-4220 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you ready to start out the New Year with a Rikka Challenge? I hope so because I am ready to teach! You may arrange shofutai or shimputai rikka. But before you decide you may like to view the videos on each style.
Gathering materials for any kind of rikka can be intimidating. This step is most important in all ikebana but no more evident than in rikka style. You need more materials and different kinds of materials. THE challenge we have all had this year is to have to select our own materials for ikebana. One thing I am sure of is that if you meet this challenge regardless of how successful you WILL succeed at increasing your ikebana knowledge. Unlike you, I am not familiar with Arizona materials. Below you will find a list of materials you may be able to find at the grocery store or in my yard that is good for shofutai rikka. You will have to substitute what is available to you. You can use my list as a guide for the positions of yakueda to keep with the concept of san kasho zukai. For those of you choosing to arrange shimputai rikka, I am sure you are knowledgeable enough to know what you need without my help.
shin uke hikai long stem rose OR alstroemeria OR disbud mums (long-stemmed large) OR bird of paradise OR lily OR euonomous
soe mikoshi nagashi flowering branches like forsythia OR pussy willow OR weeping willow* OR palm leaves* (*use non-cascading material for nagashi/ soe shita)
shoshin Rose OR iris OR straight pine or any very straight material.
do foxtail fern OR Israeli ruscus OR juniper OR ti leaves OR hypericum OR any semi-cylindrical material
maeoki lemon leaf OR boxwood OR leather fern OR hypericum OR any semi-flat material
ashirai: indome, yodome, kidome, kusadome mini-carnation, mini rose, sm mums, ferns ushirogakoi leather fern, pine, evergreens, solidago, babies breath
After arranging your rikka please send your photos via email or text to me for comments. You may arrange it anytime and send photos to me before the deadline. I will send you my suggestions and you may adjust your arrangement and send in a final photo. During the actual workshop, we will go over any questions you may have and then review each before and after photo of your rikka. Jeanne Holy
Please send your photos via:
text to: 217 637 5221
Include a front view, side view, and kenzan (sashiguchi) view – if possible rename your photos: last name/first name/front/side/kenzan example: holyjeannefront
Initial “before” photos deadline: Saturday, January 16 by noon
final photos: Sunday, January 17 by 10 am