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presentations Cup craftsmen are open –

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~ flaunt their best performances ~ Beginning April 1, the exhibition of artisans bonsais Cup is accepting. The deadline for entries is June 1 For the presentation you need:

  • Four photographs of each of the bonsai presented
  • A short essay of his display decisions
  • information Pot
  • information Accent

for more details about their presentations, including where to send them, please go to the artisans Cup. Again, the deadline for entries is June 1 submissions received after that tragically ignored. Do not do this to your bonsai. They are counting on you ~

will be selected

Three special bonsai during exposure by judges for top prizes. The first prize ($ 10,000), second prize ($ 5,000), the third prize ($ 3,000). There will also be people’s choice award and a prize for the best crop association.

Personally I am very curious and eager to see what the artists have created and displayed in the Cup. This is your shop window, use it. And then I would definitely come and see for yourself what Neil Ryan has devised, must be really something. I’m very curious …

The Artisans Cup Sept. 25-27 ap , from Friday to Sunday Art Museum Portland, Oregon, USA

This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2015/04/06/artisans-cup-submissions-are-open/


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