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Class Name :

Class Date :

April 10 - April 17

Meeting Times :

Tue 9am–noon (2 sessions)

Class Location :

Room 203

Instructor :

Edwin Cheung

Price :


About this Class:

Oshibana / Apr 10-1  • DPEC181L37

Created in Victorian England and refined in Japan within the last century, Oshibana is an art form that utilizes fresh pressed flowers to create elegant designs. Learn proper procedure for preserving the natural color and beauty of flowers. The flowers are used as design elements, either by themselves or assembled into “paintings.” Oshibana works range from floral designs to scenes that resemble landscapes with mountains made of petals and forests of ferns and leaves.

Supply List

  • tweezer

  • scissors (one big, one small)

  • snap-blade knife

  • vegetable peeler

  • plastic spoon

  • beverage straw

  • paper towels

  • ruler

  • pen

  • pencil

  • white glue

  • tooth picks


Artwork by Edwin Cheung

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