January 23, 2020

12:00 - 2:00 pm


Creating Ikebana with Paper

-Lovers Lane UMC, Dallas-

Presented by Karen Murrell

and Mary Ann Moreland

 Using cardboard tubes (provided) we will create a freestyle arrangement to celebrate the New Year.  

BRING:  scissors, wire cutters,  hasami, double sided tape, stapler, container, kenzan, line material and leaves. 


Message from Akane Teshigahara

Akane Teshigahara, the 4th Iemoto of the Sogetsu School, inspires us to, "share the joy of creation with plants in our hands.

Click here to view her entire message. 

Click here to view her spectacular gallery on the Sogetsu Ikebana website.

*Save the Dates--March 18-19, 2020

 45th Anniversary Celebration Event

Master Instructor Misei Ishikawa

-Springhills Suites, Marriott,  Plano-

Early Bird Registration - $190.00

until January 15, 2020

Click here  for Registration Form

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Sue Smith




In 1927, when everybody believed that practicing ikebana meant following established forms, Sofu Teshigahara recognized ikebana as a creative art and founded the Sogetsu School.


Anyone can enjoy Sogetsu Ikebana:  anytime, anywhere, using any material. You can place a Sogetsu Ikebana arrangement at your door, in your living room or on your kitchen table. Sogetsu Ikebana can enhance a hotel lobby or banquet room, shop windows and huge public spaces. It will suit any kind of space and enrich its atmosphere.


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