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Maia del Estal studied Ikebana at the Ikenobo School in Buenos Aires (2015-2016) focusing in Moribana and Jiyuka styles. Continuing her formation in NYC during 2021 with Japanese teacher Junko Miura, practicing traditional techniques as Shoka and Negeire. 

Maia starts arranging with ephemeral material approaching the composition from the pictorial aspect as well as three dimensionally, creating imaginary topographies.

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She is now developing her own aesthetic that produces visual gestures and a sense of emotional narrative in a mix of styles.

As part of a wider artistic practice that includes performance, poetry and painting, composing with flowers in silent spaces of delicate intimacy becomes a meditative exercise, a grounding experience of emotional rebalance.

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