Upcoming Event

Saturday 4th November, 2017

Workshop will be led by Dr Mary Stewart

Theme: Arrangement with only Green Plant Materials
Venue: Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel, Hampstead, London, NW3 1NG

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All images following are from the previous workshop in 2015

Dr Mary Stewart is an American who has lived in the UK for 45 years. She is an artist, art historian, and archaeologist, who took Ikebana classes with Stella Coe, Riji, Sogetsu School, for 10 years, and was a member of the London Sogetsu Chapter and Ikebana International.
She and Stella co-authored IKEBANA, A PRACTICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL GUIDE TO JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGEMENT, published in the UK and the US in 1984.
She visited the Sogetsu school in Tokyo for the 60th anniversary celebration. She was also on the organising committee of the first UK Ikebana International Convention in 1982 at Maidstone, Kent, where the third Iemoto Hiroshi Teshigahara demonstrated.
She currently lives in Herefordshire and has given a number of Ikebana demonstrations for local floral societies.

 

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Upcoming Event

Saturday 4th November, 2017

Workshop will be led by Dr Mary Stewart

Theme: Textbook 5-4: Arrangement with only Green Plant Materials
Venue: Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel, Hampstead, London, NW3 1NG

(Click on an image to enlarge it)
All images following are from the previous workshop in 2015

Dr Mary Stewart is an American who has lived in the UK for 45 years. She is an artist, art historian, and archaeologist, who took Ikebana classes with Stella Coe, Riji, Sogetsu School, for 10 years, and was a member of the London Sogetsu Chapter and Ikebana International.
She and Stella co-authored IKEBANA, A PRACTICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL GIIDE TO JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGEMENT, published in the UK and the US in 1984.
She visited the Sogetsu school in Tokyo for the 60th anniversary celebration. She was also on the organising committee of the first UK Ikebana International Convention in 1982 at Maidstone, Kent, where the third Iemoto Hiroshi Teshigahara demonstrated.
She currently lives in Herefordshire and has given a number of Ikebana demonstrations for local floral societies.