Nawojowa Góra, Małopolska, Poland – October 2018
Beautiful maple Bonsai in fall colors, tree and photo by the National Bonsai Foundation
Stunning Juniper on display at the Omiya Bonsai Museum, photo by Michael Bonsai
Stunning maple Bonsai / fall shot by Morten Albek
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.
Most exhibitions are based on the traditional tokonoma displays and allows for limited space left to right or right to left and is greatly limited in depth. Creighton Bostrom is exploring the display of Bonsai in nature and we created this article with him.
Japanese black pine Bonsai by Suthin Sukosolvisit
Beautiful spruce Bonsai in the Luis Vallejo collection.
Stunning Juniper bonsai by Naoki Maeoka. Empty spaces, twisting trunk and stunning deadwood!
It’s that time of year again; flowering Azalea Bonsai! Too much, or do you like it? 🙂
Photo by Philippe Massard.
Stunning pine Bonsai in cascade style, photo by 日本瑞祥愛好会.