Sunday, 16 July 2017

2017 Semi Finalists

The Ikebana Gallery Award Committee is pleased to announce that the following 17 works have been selected as semi-finalists. Five finalists will be selected shortly from these semi-finalists and will be sent to our special judges. 

Please tell us your favourite works on our Facebook page.
Please LIKE at least 3 (3 or more) works among the 17 works in the album by 31 July 2017. The most popular work will receive the People's Choice Award 2017. 

Please share the whole album and encourage your friends to vote. But please don't share individual works and encourage people to like them. If that happens, we may have to cancel the award. We hope that students with less Facebook friends will not be at too much of a disadvantage. Have fun. Thank you. 

Congratulations to the students whose works have been selected for the semi-final. If you have not sent us your details and a list of materials for your work (check our Award page), please contact us soon. 

Thank you all the Ikebana students who contributed this year. We hope to receive more of your works toward the Ikebana Gallery Award 2018.

1. Tomoko

2. Wendy

3. Lyn

 4. Marisa
5. Antonia

 6. Jenny
 7. Clarissa

8. Kim

9. Tomoko

10. Mimi

11. Elena

12. Risa

13. Pulcheria

14. Kanyaka

15. Lyn 

 16. Lyn
17. Lai Fong

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Saturday, 1 July 2017

Pulcheria: Unconventional materials

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Sue: Massed Arrangement

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Thursday, 29 June 2017

Pulcheria: Frits and Vegitables

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Shoan: Free Style

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Jenny L. : Hagumi Exercise

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Aileen: Free Style

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Toko: Free Style - Berries

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Lyn: Unconventional materials

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Sunday, 25 June 2017

Pulcheria: Reassembling

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Aileen: Free style

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Shoan: Curved lines

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Aileen: On the table

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Toko: Berries

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Lyn: Fruits and Veges

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Friday, 23 June 2017

Elena Malec, USA: Morimono

kebana Morimono
started studying on my own in April 2016

red cabbage, lilies, hydrangea

”Morimono with red cabbage”

I am a morimono enthusiast and I started in April 2016 creating original morimonos with fruits and vegetables always accompanied by plant material. Although I am aware of the fact that morimono originated with addition of sand and dolls, my approach is to have a simple flow between flower, plant and fruit and vegetables as if they were organically linked. I omitted from my morimonos the decoration with dolls and sand. I created so far about 60 original morimono arrangements 20 of which I painted in oil pastels on paper.

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Thursday, 22 June 2017

Neslihan SAĞLAM, Ankara Turkey

Attached please find my ikebana work to apply for the İkebana Award.

Ohara School of İkebana.

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Monday, 19 June 2017

Pulcheria: Free Style

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