The European bonsai-San Show is about to open its doors to the public this entire weekend, but we were allowed to take a peak into the exhibit already. Find the first photos of this year's event here. And with headliners including Ryan Neil and David Benavente, the Bonsai demonstrations will be very interesting too. Stay tuned!

 

 

Some photos of the event

European Bonsai San exhibit

Pinus densiflora by Jean-Paul Polmans

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Juniperus chinensis by Gino Costa

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Acer palmatum kashima by Mugo Ferrari

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Olea sylvestris by El Tim

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Pinus sylvestris by Everardo Garrido

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Pinus sylvestris by Giacomo Pappalardo

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Pinus sylvestris by Giacomo Pappalardo

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Closeup on an accent plant, by El Tim.

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Overview of the exhibit

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Overview of the exhibit

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Overview of the exhibit

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Overview of the exhibit

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Unknown owner.

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Closeup on an accent plant and bronze.

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Overview of the exhibit

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Pinus parviflora by Patrick De Zwart

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Juniperus Hokkaido Matteo Martin

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Another overview shot

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Tokonoma display by David Benavente

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Closeup on one of David's trees inside the tokonoma

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Display by Stephanie Chenal

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Display by Fred Chenal

 

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

Tokonoma by Andres Alvarez Iglesias, work in progress

 

European Bonsai San exhibit

David Benavente's tokonoma

 

Video of the exhibition

 

We thank Stephanie and Frederic Chenal for organizing and allowing us to film the exhibit. Visit their website here. Feel free to share these photos, but please mention the source. Thanks!