The traditional Japanese art of floral arranging will be demonstrated and displayed by local practitioners. The event will also showcase a traditional tea ceremony demonstration. This year's event also features three local art groups:
About Green Bay Antique Study Group
Representing the Green Bay Antique Study Group, there will be antiques and collectibles on display. These can be purchased to enhance your home, garden or yard, to decorate, wear or add to your collections.
View samples of the types of items they will be displaying
About Embroiderers' Guild of America
The Embroiderer' Guild of America will showcase their passion for the art of embroidery by featuring embroidery pieces made throughout the last two years. There will be a variety of fine pieces available for purchase, ideal for gift giving or a treat to the purchaser. For more information, visit their website.
View some of their embroidery pieces
About Women Who Run With Scissors
Women Who Run With Scissors is a Fiber Art group based in Denmark, Wisconsin, but which includes members from all over Northeastern Wisconsin. Members are committed to creating original pieces of fiber art, blending personal visions with the exploration of both traditional and contemporary surface design techniques. Pieces included at Ikebana will include artwork with a botanical theme and will include a special collection of leaf-themed wall hangings each created by a different member, showcasing the effects that can be created by using a different monochromatic color family in every one.
View some of their pieces
Volunteers are needed to greet visitors and director them to different areas of the show. To sign up, visit http://tinyurl.com/bana14 or contact Anne Basten at email@example.com or (920) 491=3691 ext. 105.
For More Information
For more information on Ikebana, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or firstname.lastname@example.org