Ikebana: May 9th
This is the perfect "day-before-Mother's-Day" gift experience! Bring your own vase and join Rebecca Wood at her gorgeous country home in historic Lexington, Georgia for a peaceful day of flower study. You'll learn all about Ikebana, the ancient Japanese art of flower arranging, and create your very own arrangement in Rebecca's renovated barn sanctuary. We'll finish the day with a light catered lunch on Rebecca's property. Only 6 spots are available for this intimate Spring gathering. Join us!
Saturday, May 9th
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Lexington, Georgia (about 30 minutes outside Athens; driving directions will be available after enrollment)
- Ikebana traditions and history
- Foraging Rebecca's property for specimens
- Flower arranging the Ikebana way, guided by Rebecca
- Light breakfast + lunch
Bring Your Own Vase & Save!
This workshop is priced a bit lower because students will be bringing their own vases from home. Traditional flower vases are great, but Ikebana vases can also be unusual: think ceramic bowls, shallow plates, and even cups. We will provide flower frogs and Oasis to help stabilize your arrangements. Bring a few different vessels and we'll experiment together!