The Dragon Bonsai
This tree looks aggressive and possesses an irreverent beauty, of contorted shapes and delicate foliage, adorned with that endless amount of thorns.
Masahiko Kimura creates a Bonsai
In this lecture Masahiko Kimura discusses the aesthetics and design options for a Japanese white pine.
The 21st Trophy was a stunning show displaying the best of the European Bonsai scene. In this post we share the winning trees and an overview of the exhibition.
Tokoname is a medium sized city located in the Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It is one of the six famous old kilns of Japan, producing tea pots, sewer pipes and... Bonsai pots.
39th Taikan-ten 2019
The Taikan-ten takes place each year in November, in Kyoto. The level of the displayed Bonsai is incredibly high.
On our YouTube channel we're posting videos about Bonsai techniques on a regular base. A few of these videos are shared in this blog post, showing several free lectures on advanced Bonsai techniques.
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In our very first podcast we talk about the living art of Bonsai with Bonsai master Bjorn Bjorholm.
The ‘Best of’ 20 years Trophy was a stunning show displaying the best of the European Bonsai scene. In this post we share the winning trees and an overview of the exhibition.
DIY: Create a Shohin Bonsai forest
Creating a Shohin bonsai forest may seem an impossible job. The trees need to be placed together in a nice composition, in a shallow container, while staying under the 8" (20cm) size restriction of Shohin Bonsai.
DIY: Create a Kokedama
Kokedama literally translates as 'moss ball', they are beautiful compositions made with ferns, flowering plants, bamboo or succulents.
Taikan Ten exhibition 2018
The Taikan-ten is one of Japan's leading Bonsai exhibitions, with an incredibly high level of Bonsai trees on display. It takes place each year in November, in Kyoto.
Bonsai display in Nature
A traditional Bonsai display isolates the tree and allows the viewer to focus on the detail of the artist's work. The negative space between the tree and the accent plants permits the viewer to fill in these spaces with there imagination.