Japanese-style Floral Design @ Hillwood Museum

Japanese-style Floral Design @ Hillwood Museum

 This workshop is inspired by the aesthetics of Toshin Higashi, a Japanese floral artist whose work is inspired by heartfelt letters. His goal is to “give a person’s heart through flowers.” These arrangements full of interesting contrasts and textures are an artful blend of Japanese and American garden traditions, much like Hillwood’s Japanese-style garden

All materials are included. The completed arrangement will be approximately twelve inches wide. Payment is required in advance due to materials fees, and is non-refundable. This program is limited to ten people, and must have a minimum of four participants to take place.  In the event that the workshop is cancelled, participants may choose to participate in another session.

About the Instructor

Ami Wilber became the floral and event décor designer at Hillwood in November 2016. Ami has over twenty-five years of experience as a floral designer. She received a bachelor’s degree in fine art from Miami University of Ohio and a Master’s of Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Crafts. Prior to joining Hillwood, Ami created sculptures and exhibiting her installations at galleries and public spaces in Washington, DC.

 

Saturday 7 July 2018 10:00am – 11:30amTickets available
Saturday 7 July 2018 1:00pm – 2:30pmTickets available

Date

Jul 07 2018

Time

10:00 AM

Location

Hillwood Museum
4155 Linnean Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20008

Organizer

Hillwood Museum
Phone
202-686-5807
Website
www.hillwoodmuseum.org
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