On Saturday, May 18th at 3:30 PM, Nobuko Humphries will present a program at the Kailua-Kona Public Library. She will be demonstrating Ikebana, the Japanese art of formal flower arrangement with special regard to balance, harmony, and form.
Nobuko will present the Moribana style of Ikebana which emphasizes the natural beauty and characteristics of flowers and plants. Moribana means "piling up flowers". This creates beautiful volume which can be viewed from three sides. Vases for Moribana are usually wide mouthed and often flat.
Sponsored by Friends of the Libraries, Kona, a non-profit organization, this program is offered as a community service. The Public is welcome.