Ikebana Like-it Magazine
Learning Ikebana is more than doing some flower arrangements.
Someone who deals with Ikebana is going his/ her own way (do) and has the aim of self-control and personality developement.
Everyone could learn this form working with different materials, give space to your personal feelings and be creative in 3-dimensional thinking.
Ikebana means „the living flower“ and it is indeed a traditional japanese art to arrange flowers. It has come probably from China to Japan.
See more about in Like-it Magazin September/ Oktober 2021 page 36-41 !
Petra Stelzmüller has her office for interior design, graphic and design since 2012. She has done her education in the Sogetsu school of Doris Wolf. Petra Stelzmüller has gotten her title KO SHUN Yonkyu Shihan (4th grade teacher) from the 4th Iemoto Akane Teshigahara, Tokyo. (KO = light, SHUN = spring).