Ikebana, the Japanese art of arranging flowers, differs from Western practice by using asymmetrical form and including empty space as part of the composition. Any plant material—branches, leaves, grasses, moss, and fruit— may be used. The vase is considered an important part of the whole. With this simple project, you can create a pebbled stage for a few carefully chosen branches and blossoms.
Featured in the November 2007 issue of WOOD.
Overall dimensions: 5 1/2” wide, 10 1/2” deep, 1 3/4” high
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