this is why i think that my ikebana teacher is the best in australia and i can only aspire to reach the levels of creativity that she has. look at the amazing composition of the container, the materials, the background screens and the wooden poles to the side.
this was shown at the recent melboure international flower and garden show, which i visited to get inspiration for my upcoming arrangement, which requires both fresh flowers and vegetables. i have taken some pics which are on my flickr site to the right of this page so check more out. the rmit floral fashion is really good too.
if anyone has any ideas for interesting flower/foliage/vegetable combinations then let me know. i am currently thinking big red chillies and pink lillies, which is kind of a cop out as i saw this combination at the show and really liked it.