Ikebana by Jorge Padilla Zamudio
June 20 - June 30, 2013
Koichiro Isezaki is the son of Living National Treasure Jun Isezaki and is the rising star of the Isezaki family, which included his grandfather Yozan Isezaki, one of the first generation of great Bizen potters in the 20th century. Koichiro Isezaki studied at Tokyo Sculptural University and then apprenticed with the Jeff Shapiro, who had been mentored by Jun Isezaki. Updated 5/31/16
Warren MacKenzie Resume
The Warren MacKenzie Scholarship Fund has been set up at the Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis MN. A portion of each sale will go to this. Individuals may contribute too. UPDATED September 23, 2016
"Giving life to flowers"
the creation of a beautiful tradition brings a promise for the future…
We hear the silent movement of plants. Words unspoken of flowers and we interpret their form
in the creation of Ikebana. Like a poem or a flower painting, Ikebana expresses the beauty of the flowers and the blooming love in our hearts. In
the practice of Ikebana it is important to show
the character of each plant closely observing
their intrinsic nature, trying to avoid merely representing their superficial appearance.