March Video Program
Ohara School of Ikebana
Screenings: March 16, 10am
March 21, 4:30pm
Satsuki Palter, Sub Grand Master,
"Connecting with Flowers and Making Friends"
Satsuki Palter, Ohara Sub-Grand Master, tells her story. It is an affirmation of her sense of place. Through her delightful video you come to understand how Ikebana makes connections in our lives. Satsuki’s stunning arrangements are connected by a visual narrative of her community, her students, her garden and her heart. From her breathtaking Rimpa to sweeping and contemplative scenery arrangements, Satsuki shows the beauty and artistry of Ohara.
Materials in order of presentation:
Hana-Kanade (#1) 3 Glass Containers, Pampas Grass, Sunflower, Variegated Bromeliad, Gypsophila, Rimpa,
Arangement (#2) 3 Fan Shape (sen-men) Ceramic Containers, 4 kinds of Cockscomb, White Chrysanthemum, Yellow Chrysanthemum Pom Pom, Oakleaf Hydrangea,
Realistic Landscape Arrangement (#3) Oval Udei Ceramic Container, Dark Pink Crape myrtle, Hollyleaf, Cherry White Veronica, Yellow Chrysanthemum Pom Pom, Zebra Miscanthus,
Morimono Arrangement (#4) Black shiki-ita board with Red lacquer, round plate, Queen of the Night Epiphyllium, Phalaenopsis orchid, Tillandsia, Xerographica air plant, Gourd, Pomegranate, 2 kinds of Hoof Fungus