the closing of algorithmic earth will feature a special collaboration with the toin misho ikebana school. sensei viva inouye along with her student, setsu meyer, will grace our showroom with japanese floral arrangements intertwined with select ceramic sculptures from the exhibit. inouye describes their arrangement style as freeform and not strict to adhere to the rules of formal ikebana schools yet still intentional in placement and representation of seasonal landscapes.
catch this display for one day only on august 10th between 10am-4pm at our kamani street location.
the toin misho ikebana school, established by sensei tohominami, is a small class of students taught in the kalihi area since the 1970s. the school is an offshoot of the misho school of ikebana founded in the early 1800's in osaka. they have created arrangements for events such as the annual splendor of ikebana at honolulu hale and private galleries.
images provided by setsu meyer.