Share a moment of creating Art Plant
Floral Art mingling Ikebana, design and contemporary art
An original thing to do in Paris: Discover an original universe around the Floral Art mingling Ikebana, design and contemporary art.
Eugenie Myosotis, Master of Ikebana Ikenobo Kyoto school, and Gwenaël Jore, vegetable artist you learn the techniques and tricks to make floral creations inspired Japan and Paris.
You leave with your creation in memory.
- Duration: 2h00
- Pickup location: 7 rue de la fidélité 75010 PARIS
- Size group: From 4 to 15 people maximum
- Language (s):
Les enfants de moins de 12 ans ne sont pas autorisés.
Eugénie Myosotis et Gwenaël Joré
Eugénie,Maître Ikebana de l'école Ikenobo de Kyoto et Gwenaël Joré, artiste végétal et diplômé de l’ESC Toulouse.
Minimum number of people for the activity to take place: 4
Created in Paris in 2012, Ikebanart was born of the encounter between Eugenie Myosotis, Master of Ikebana Ikenobo school Kyoto Gwenaël Jore, vegetable artist and graduate of ESC Toulouse.
Originally the concept Ikebanart, there is the passion for Japanese art of flower, plant design and contemporary art.
Their work feeds travel, meetings and plant explorations. Their goal is to share, to surprise, to provide a new perspective on the biodiversity that surrounds us and is often shelved.
Through Ikebanart is modern and original reading of the plant world.
All Ikebanart creations are ridges in the Parisian workshop and can be made in limited editions on demand for public individuals, professionals, cultural sites and institutions.