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One of the most difficult but the most fun parts of creating an exhibition of bonsai is creating screens. Some members pre-configure their grooves 6 ‘and know exactly which trees, flower pots, stands and accent better fill the space. The rest of us – all but a handful of truth – participate in the process of mixing and matching to fix the show. Does this pine is fine with that maple? Does anyone know of a shorter stay? Can we find a smaller accent? Queen bustle of several hours during this phase that normally ends before everything is final – the last things happen just before the opening of the exhibition
procumbens juniper. Japanese
cat tail and black pine
in recent BIB art exhibitions suiseki offered by Mas Nakajima. stone paintings and abstract art Nakajima attract much attention and give visitors something to ponder as the pause between screens.
Accent, painting and stone
Once established trees are sometimes shifts pop-up, adding extra color to the room.
More than any of the other screens, indicating the shohin box gets the most attention in the tuning. The resulting combination of 6 trees, 5 stands, 1 accent below is the result of much exchange and debate. But what a result!
corkbark black pine
A screen two shohin nearby tree also proved effective.
Japanese flowering quince ‘chojubai’
Japanese red pine
small additional trees appeared throughout the exhibition hall, including black pine below.
Japanese black pine
Next time – more trees that make up the sample
This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com