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Craftsmen Cup 2015 Prequel!

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One of the most important events in North America bonsai is just 10 months away! The exhibition of bonsais artisans awaited Cup will be held in Portland Art Museum in Portland, Oregon, USA September 25-27, 2015 . Our five international judges will be David DeGroot, Colin Lewis, Boon Manakitivipart, Walter Pall, and Peter Warren. And soon, in a few days, a new Cup website artisans will be until he gave details (and I’ll give you a heads up when this happens).

The 2015 Artisans Cup will be even better than ever to get your ready trees, choose your pots carefully, get perfect seats for them, think innovatively if so inspired, then dust the lenses of their cameras as they ‘ll need some pictures. This spring comes Ryan Neil and I will be reviewing the entries and decide which bonsai are in the program, then the program weekend our five judges politely discuss which of them are the best. To be tremendously entertaining and educational.

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In addition to an exhibition of bonsai in first division at the Museum of Art in Portland, there will be a huge variety of vendors to tempt your taste, and visits Portland Bonsai Village explore numerous studies and bonsai nurseries Portland. Buggy Tours drawn by lions, tigers and bears around driver with curiosity. If you have pet allergies or fear of predation that we will have safer options combustion engine.

Do stay tuned for the new website … that is coming. Again, be prepared! Choose the trees! Choose your wardrobe! And join us for our smorgasbord bonsai Portland, 26-28 September, The 2015 Cup artisans!

Read also:   Ikenobo, Ohara, Wafu and other ikebana on display

This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2014/11/20/the-artisans-cup-2015-prequel/


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