Holly Harris has more than fifteen years of experience studying, arranging, exhibiting and lecturing on Ikebana - the Japanese art of flower arranging.
She will explain the finer points of Ikebana in a presentation including a brief description of its history and philosophy, followed by a demonstration of an Ikebana arrangement using local materials.
Holly O. Harris has been creating floral arrangements since she was a young girl. Her formal training began 18 years ago with teacher Ritsuko Chojin at the Kittery Point Ikebana Ikenobo chapter. Holly has participated in Ikebana Ikenobo symposia, shown her arrangements in the Wentworth Coolidge Mansion, and in several exhibits at the Portsmouth Library. For 10 years Holly exhibited weekly flower arrangements at UNH’s Murkland Hall. She has lectured, taught, and demonstrated Ikebana throughout New England.
Sunday March 11 @ 2pm Click here to register
This program is funded by the Townsend Public Library Endowment, Inc.