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The Art of Ikebana - Demo

Susan Solomon is affiliated with the Sogetsu school, known as one of the most contemporary and modern schools of ikebana in Japan.

Her journey began in Singapore under the tutelage of Japanese teacher Mrs. Kazue Kato Kim, whom she studied with for 15 years and completed her exams under in Japan. Susan achieved the rank of Master of Ikebana in 2013, which led her to Japan to receive her certification.

Susan's demonstration aims to showcase the art of ikebana, highlighting the simplicity of flower arranging. Through various methods, she will illustrate how to enjoy arranging flowers with minimal materials, demonstrating the beauty of ikebana with a focus on creativity and elegance.


Please note: This is offered as part of our FREE community talks program. Pre-booking encouraged however walkins welcome on the day.

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Susan Solomon

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Susan Solomon

Susie comes from Cape Town, South Africa. She completed Art School in ceramics in the late 70s in Cape Town, South Africa. Susie continued Artwork in London in the 1970's. She attended the School of Colour and Design in Sydney Australia between 1990 -1992 and in 1993 Susie attended the University of Berkley, California and completed further courses in Design and Colour. In 1996 she moved to Singapore and started ceramic and Ikebana, achieving a diploma in the Arts at National School of Fine Arts. Susie’s paintings and ceramics have been shown in numerous galleries, including her first private exhibition at the Sunjin Gallery Singapore in 2012. She has also participated in further exhibitions in Sydney and Malaysia. Susie ‘s unique Ikebana arrangements are popular at private dinners and restaurant’s and she became a Japanese Master of the School of Sogetsu Japan in 2013.




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