Ikebana Famous Quotes & Sayings

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5 Ikebana Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Ikebana Sayings By Camille Henrot: Ikebana is meant to mimic life in the way it develops; it shouldn't look like Ikebana is meant to mimic life in the way it develops; it shouldn't look like it's under the control of man. — Camille Henrot
Ikebana Sayings By H.E. Davey: In Japan, a number of time-honored everyday activities (such as making tea, arranging flowers, and In Japan, a number of time-honored everyday activities (such as making tea, arranging flowers, and writing) have traditionally been deeply examined by their proponents. Students study how to make tea, perform martial arts, or write with a brush in the most skillful way possible to express themselves with maximum efficiency and minimum strain. Through this efficient, adroit, and creative performance, they arrive at art. But if they continue to delve even more deeply into their art, they discover principles that are truly universal, principles relating to life itself. Then, the art of brush writing becomes shodo - the "Way of the brush" - while the art of arranging flowers is elevated to the status of kado - the "Way of flowers." Through these Ways or Do forms, the Japanese have sought to realize the Way of living itself. They have approached the universal through the particular. — H.E. Davey
Ikebana Sayings By Jean-Claude Ellena: Beautiful and minimalist, the traditional Japanese art of ikebana - arranging bouquets of cut flowers Beautiful and minimalist, the traditional Japanese art of ikebana - arranging bouquets of cut flowers and leaves using very few elements - ideally corresponded to a form of expression I could transpose in a perfume. The smell of a rose early in the morning, damp, sprinkled with dew, delicate and light. — Jean-Claude Ellena
Ikebana Sayings By Ryan Gander: I always say artists must broaden their research. I go to casinos, fly fishing, to I always say artists must broaden their research. I go to casinos, fly fishing, to show apartments in new residential buildings, watch fairs, the football, ikebana courses, survival expeditions, Dungeons & Dragons nights, and it doesn't matter which of these I personally want to do - that is my job. That's true research; otherwise, it would be a bit like masturbating. — Ryan Gander
Ikebana Sayings By Camille Henrot: In the traditional Ikebana things always have to be asymmetrical, because in this they look In the traditional Ikebana things always have to be asymmetrical, because in this they look more natural and balanced. — Camille Henrot