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Chapter meeting September 5, 2015.

 
Saturday, September 5, 2015

University House at Wallingford 4400 Stone Way North

10:30am - Coffee & Greetings
10:45am - Business Meeting:

11:30 a.m.
Ikebana: Monastic Tradition
Samurai Discipline
Modern Art Form

Presenter:
Charles Coghlan

Charles Coghlan learned how to prune apple trees in the 70ís. In 1980, captured by the beauty of Ikebana which turns pruning into a fine art, he set his sights on learning the technique and by 1995, after studying under a master sensei of the modern Sogetsu School of Ikebana, he earned his teaching certificate.

He is founder of Hana Design Ikebana, an Asian style floral design company, and chairman of the Asian Art Museumís May 2016 Ikebana exhibition put on annually by the Seattle Chapter of Ikebana International. He teaches classes locally.


Call Carol Hannum for information (206) 325-6622
(Parking available under University House 44th Street entrance)

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