- 10/08/2017Details of Hyakki yako emaki, probably XVI century. Handscroll, ink and colors on paper.
Elizabeth Lillehoj (1995): "Transfiguration: Man-made Objects as Demons in Japanese Scrolls." 𝘈𝘴𝘪𝘢𝘯 𝘌𝘵𝘩𝘯𝘰𝘭𝘰𝘨𝘺, 𝟓𝟒:1.
- 04/06/2017Hi @Carlos Souza Ribeiro
I looked at the site you recommended.
This is the Ikebana I like the most from the main page.
What school is it?
I like the form, balance and purple is my fav colour which yellow always goes well with. I've been thinking of getting those little yellow orchids.
Oncidium Cymbidieae Asparagales Dancing Lady They are quite delicate
Comments04/06/2017 #4 Carlos Souza Ribeiro#1 @Louise Smith All these details that you mentioned and had a very good perception and that are the differential of other schools of Ikebanas, because in Sanguetsu Academy, in addition to you learn the techniques adds another modality that is the feeling of the person who is doing the arrangement and, This same is impregnated in the Ikebana, for the people who visualize, feel the reflection of the Light that they transmit. That is why every unit in Johrei Center which we call here to minister the johrei, has an arrangement and we also make minis ikebanas for people to take to their homes, jobs, hospitals or where there are people to enjoy them04/06/2017 #3 Carlos Souza RibeiroOi @Louise Smith , I hope that I can understand the English that I am using a translator, because I am still not very good in the language, but the Ikebana school that I put on my blog is Kado Sanguetsu Academy and if you read at the beginning of my Blog, tell a little about History and how it began through the founder of the Messianic Church, where we have 3 columns of salvation that is the Johrei, Natural Agriculture and the Beautiful that represents the Ikeban. I did the course here in Brazil a few months ago and as teachers say, learning with them has no end, there is always something to learn. The yellow arrangement you mentioned, here we call the Golden Rain, but the other I could not identify, because there are so many flowers and green arrangements to keep in mind, but I hope I have helped you. See the Foundation website - http://www.fmo.org.br/sanguetsu/