TAMU HORT 203 - Oriental Style of Design (2 pages)

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HORT 203 1st Edition Lecture 18 Outline of Current Lecture I Oriental Style II Chinese Influence III Japanese Floral Design IV Ikenobo School V 20th century Japan Current Lecture Oriental Style of Design Western world mass designs Eastern world line design I Oriental Style Ikebana giving life to flowers Originated use of linear asymmetrical balance Focus on line symbolism and careful placement A lot of negative space Has reason to be placed be in design II Chinese Influence Around religious setting Confucianism Buddhism Birthplace of ceramics Alters households personal adornment Religious relationships floral symbolism III Japanese Floral Design Sent over religious leaders to go to China to study their flowers 6th century Picture Samurai warriors stir ups used as containers Ikenobo school first school T ang ceramic vase vase in slide IV Ikenobo School Design studies Rikka means standing flowers Bronze ceremonial vase Ancient temple style tang used for this Massive pyramidal symmetrical Bronze ceremonial vase Rikka 15th Century 3 main lines not all line plants 1 Shin distant view of nature Heaven 2 Soe middle view of nature Man 3 Tai close view Faith Rikka Mechanics o Kubari structure to hold flowers in strict positions o Ikenobo school only place where tall vases are used o Projector used Chabana tea ceremony gave places for conversation Shoka or Seika o Quiet flowers o Less formal and rigid o Tight bundle of stems o Asymmetrical triangle o 3 main elements or heaven man and earth o Vase sometimes represents earth Tokonoma little place in entryway in house to start conversations V 20th century Japan Revolution in Ikebana style Ohara Unishin Ohara School School of Ohara Western flowers appear in Japan Moribana piled up flowers Containers o Utsuwaa shallow container o Kenzan frogs pin holders More natural and casual o 3 main elements subject secondary object



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