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Yamadori for sale at Exposition de Bonsai, France

Yamadori is bonsai material collected from nature and provides the artist with fanatic natural material to work with when designing a bonsai tree. The art forms found in nature have inspired many a bonsai enthusiast and this is one way

Potters at Exposition de Bonsai, France

The range of potters at the Exposition de Bonsai was excellent and it was great to see a wide variety of pot shapes and styles and some very interesting designs. Here are some examples of the Bonsai pots on sale and some of the pots we purchased.

Bonsai Garden from Jean-Pierre Timmermans

Jean-Pierre Timmermans of Bonsai Garden was one of the traders at the Exposition de Bonsai this weekend in France and he had a stunning collection of Mame, Shohin and Accents for sale and here are a few examples of what was on offer.

Suiseki at Exposition de Bonsai, France

Suiseki are in general small rocks that occur naturally and are aesthetically appreciated for the images they portray – they are highly collectable. Here are a few examples that were on display at the Exposition de Bonsai in Neuville-Saint-Rémy in France, a two day Bonsai show hosted by the Zen Bonsai Club.

Accents @ the Exposition de Bonsai in France

Here is a photographic over view of some of the accents on display at the Exposition de Bonsai at Neuville-Saint-Rémy in France from the weekend of the 12th and 13th April 2014 for your enjoyment.

Myrtle demonstration by Olivier Barreau

The Myrtle demonstration by Olivier Barreau was excellent and thank you again to Alain Hector the President of Zen Bonsai Club for organising the translation into English by Nicolas Baleux who was also an award winner at the Exposition de Bonsai for his Azalee Satsuki Juko. The focus of the demonstration by Olivier was

Exposition de Bonsai, France

Here is an interesting article in a French newspaper following on from the Saturday of the Exposition de Bonsai which was a great success and an excellent Bonsai show to visit for the weekend. It is held every two years so book in for 2016 on your bonsai events calendar as an event to visit.