Dansk Bonsai Klub, exhibition 13-14 sep.

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Dansk Bonsai Klub, exhibition 13-14 sep.

Post  Guest on Mon Sep 15, 2014 8:50 am

We had a great weekend with a lot of nice trees and friends, the competent demos was by Bruno Wijman and friends...a big thank you to everone who came, and made it a event to remember

A few Photos...I spend most of my time talking with friends, and watch the demo...maybe someone else can add some Photos  Smile


almost ready...Bruno ands friends awesome shohintrees is already there


More of Bruno and friends awesome highclass shohintrees


Bob Van Ruitenbeek's demotree...one, out of more layerings from a old japanese yamadori


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Kind regars Yvonne

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Re: Dansk Bonsai Klub, exhibition 13-14 sep.

Post  arihato on Mon Sep 15, 2014 12:42 pm

Thanks for sharing, I always love to see what other show have to offer, especially the shows that are too far too visit.

Amazing little Juni layer.

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Post  my nellie on Mon Sep 15, 2014 4:39 pm

Thank you Yvonne.
I wish one day we can arrange some show of our own here in my country Very Happy

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Re: Dansk Bonsai Klub, exhibition 13-14 sep.

Post  Guest on Mon Sep 15, 2014 4:49 pm

Got the permission to send some of my friend Lone's photos from the event


3 of the demonstrators from Holland...all very talented Guys Smile
Casper Den Ouden,   Bruno Wejman and   Rein Begude


And Bob Van Ruitenbeek








Casper also make highclass stands


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Re: Dansk Bonsai Klub, exhibition 13-14 sep.

Post  Guest on Mon Sep 15, 2014 4:53 pm

Hi Ariato and Alexandre

I will recommend theese guys any time, whenever....sunny

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Post  Guest on Tue Sep 16, 2014 8:05 am

This is my friend Torben Brenfeld photos, chairman, and motor in our Club Smile

The winning shohin display with Caspers stands...I made the small for the kusamono







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Post  Andre Beaurain on Tue Oct 07, 2014 8:55 am

Incredible! Thanks for sharing your wonderful exhibition.

The Pool stone, do you have a close up of it?

Love Light and Awakening
Andre

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Re: Dansk Bonsai Klub, exhibition 13-14 sep.

Post  Guest on Tue Oct 07, 2014 9:41 am

Hi Andre


The stone was a bit long for the display, but I wanted to use it anyway  Smile ....It used to be a inkstone, all natural, but with a horisontal cut on the surface, afterwards was the ink basin carved....I like this stone, because I can display a small figurine on the cut surface.... To my use was the basin too shallow, and I have hollowed it out deeper. Now I can use it like I just did...the pool surface filled with moss to cellebrate the upcomming autumn.


This can be a summerdisplay...a part manmade poolstone like I see them in tempelareas in Japan.

I have not had the stone for a very long time, and it stay in the garden...I will be kept there untill it have a old  mature patina....only to be taken in for a exhibition now and then, just like my suiseki does.

Kind regards Yvonne...the stone is 21 cm. long

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Post  Andre Beaurain on Wed Oct 08, 2014 10:20 am

Yes that is a lovely stone.  

Even as a Cut stone.  Which I dont normally prefer.  But the stone looks great.  

In saying that I do like cut stone (Masonry) troughs and antique watering dishes.  I also collect Zulu grinding stones, from Kwazulu Natal. I already have 23 of these stones.   They got deeper over time as you grind maze for porridge on them.  Over time as they got deeper they were discarded as it became to uncomfortable to grind in them.  And this is the ones you collect.  They are today National artefacts and cannot leave the Country.

Your stone reminds me of a new Zulu grinding stone.  Search Google for Zulu Grinding Stones.  And you will see what I mean.  You can display an pestle (the stone used for the grinding purpose) in it to support the theme.

All old cultures has their own form of grinding stone...

I like the way you placed the moss in the basin.  Looks really cool.

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Post  Guest on Wed Oct 08, 2014 3:21 pm

Hi Andre

Went to the zulu page, and yes the stones are realy nice Smile

Only in suiseki is a cut stone, something bad, for most/some people...All other stones can you cut as you please for sculpture and grindingstones etc., and my inkstone is too, it must not be confused with a suiseki, it was carved for use, Google photos, and you will see mine is hardly carved comparet to other inkstones, this got me inspired to do the two kinds of displays you can see on my photos....In china they have natural stones called inkstones, they are not cut, and is for suiseki.

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