One of the traditional arts of Japan, Ikebana or Japanese flower arranging originated in the 6th century from the Buddhist practice of offering flowers to the spirits. By the 15th century it had developed into a disciplined art form that united man and nature and became an integral part of Japanese culture. For Mother’s Day Ronin Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of early 20th century book illustrations of Ikebana Arrangements from the Ohara School of Flower Arranging. Unlike most floral arrangements these prints are gifts that will be loved and appreciated for years to come. Each print is priced at $48 and will be specially gift wrapped with a handmade origami crane, also to be saved and cherished. Order by May 2nd for guaranteed delivery for Mother’s Day.