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Humairah Kalam’s love for flowers was born in India, but blossomed in Hong Kong. And for the past 30 years she’s been a student of Ikebana, an ancient Japanese art form. Although she’s adept in many schools of floral arrangements, it’s the Sogetsu School with its emphasis on bold arrangement that she gravitates to.

In Humairah’s hands, flowers and other natural materials are choreographed to reveal the dance between nature and human artistry. Using the language of flowers, she tells stories that arise

from her imagination, stories that sometimes come to her spontaneously when she is drawing.

Flowerunder harvest sun - strangerTo bird, butterfly. - Matsuo Basho