KOBO Gallery
604 South Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 381-3000


Fall Floral Design Workshops
with
Delinger & Radovich
Floral Designers

Registration for two September floral workshops
by Delinger & Radovich are now open.



Preserved Flowers in a
Shadow Box Frame Workshop

Saturday, September 14 | 10am - 12 pm 

KOBO at Higo | Japantown
 
Floral Design Workshop Saturday, 9/14

Floral Design Lessons showcasing
preserved flowers and foliage 

Preserved Floral Design in a Frame - $210.00
 
Donaldo and Sebastian will walk you through the step by step creative process of constructing a one of a kind preserved flower, shadow box wall hanging.

This lesson provides you with a 12”x 15” shadow box frame and a wonderful assortment of preserved flowers, foliage, berries, twigs, seed pods and a host of other special little botanical treasures.

Under the guidance of Donaldo and Sebastian each member of the class will create their own unique design and floral layout whilst constructing their own personalized version of the preserved flower wall hanging.
 
All tools, supplies and frame are provided by Delinger and Radovich and included in the $210 cost of the class.

There will be many floral colors to select from and participants are not limited to what they see in the photo examples.

All the preserved flowers and foliage used are specially treated to retain a fresh, living look for 5 years or more. The flowers in the shadow box can last up to 10 years. * (see care instructions)

Please note that the class size is limited, registration and payment should be made by August 30th for the Floral Design in a Frame class session. 

Floral Workshops will be help at KOBO Gallery, 604 South Jackson Street.


Preserved Flowers in a Japanese
Heiando Lacquer Box Workshop

Saturday, September 28 | 10am - 12 pm 

KOBO at Higo | Japantown
 
Floral Design Workshop Saturday, 9/28

Floral Design Lessons showcasing
preserved flowers and foliage 

Preserved Flower in Lacquer Box - $210.00
 
Donaldo and Sebastian will teach the class how to create a flat-lay, preserved flower tapestry in a specially designed 6” x 6” Heiando Japanese Lacquer Box.

This lesson will utilize an assortment of preserved flowers and foliage from which the class can choose from.

Among the selection of colorful preserved flowers to be used are, zinnias, gerbera, hydrangea, chrysanthemums, asters, roses and jasmine plus an assortment of preserved foliage.

Under the guidance of Donaldo and Sebastian each member of the class will create their own original flat-lay, preserved flower box design.
 
All tools, supplies and frame are provided by Delinger and Radovich and included in the $210 cost of the class.

There will be many floral colors to select from and participants are not limited to what they see in the photo examples.

All the preserved flowers and foliage used are specially treated to retain a fresh, living look for 5 years or more. The flowers in the shadow box can last up to 10 years. * (see care instructions)

Please note that the class size is limited, registration and payment should be made by September 14th for the Floral Design in a Box class session. 

Floral Workshops will be held at KOBO Gallery, 604 South Jackson Street.


Heiando

Heiando America teams up with internationally renowned floral design team Donaldo Radovich and Sabatian Delinger to create preserved Bonsai Landscape Sculptures and floral designs.  Traditional Japanese lacquerware handcrafted in Japan by Heiando are used as the vessels for the expertly created arrangements by the floral design team, Delinger & Radovich.

Heiando Japanese lacquerware is produced by Yamada Heiando in Tokyo, Japan. Heiando has worked with small studio lacquer makers from different regions of Japan since 1919 and has the special distinction of being a proud purveyor of tableware for the Japanese Imperial Household. 

Delinger + Radovich
Floral Designs | Bonsai Landscapes

The design team of Donaldo Radovitch and Sabatian Delinger is a collaboration of art and design, together have been creating floral events in Japan, Australia and England. Their larger floral works have been installed at fashion shows, media events and celebrity parties. Their style is known for its unique fusion of Japanese and European designs. 

Registration for Floral Design Workshops in September 2019 are now open.



A bouquet of roses may last a week but these floral designs will look fresh for 5 years or more.

All the preserved flowers are real and all materials used in these designs are completely from nature.

There is no expiration date for flowers that have been preserved. It's appearance depends on the environmental conditions. The more humid the environment, the shorter its lifespan. Preserved flowers have a general shelf life of up to 5 years, however if it is stored in a sealed casing, it can last up to more than 10 years if not longer. 

* Care Instructions
The preserved flowers will last for years if the care instructions are adhered to.
Keep out of direct sunlight
Do not expose to extreme humidity, i.e. bathrooms
Do not expose to overly dry conditions, i.e. near a heating unit or hot air vent
Dust only by blowing on them or a cool hairdryer on a low setting.
Do not handle the delicate petals and leaves

Please also visit our sister location on Capitol Hill
at 814 East Roy Street, (206) 726-0704.


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