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Video on an Ishizuki Style

Post  cosmos on Sun Nov 08, 2015 5:34 pm

TBS Demo by Nicola Kitora Crivelli at TBS 1st Bonsai Exhibtion 2013

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzSucqXoBbk

Nicola Ketora Crivelli was born in Lugano, Switzerland in 1962. In 1999 he entered the BONSAI ART SCHOOL under the guidance of Master Hideo Suzuki. In 2004 he graduated to III° level of the Bonsai Art School. In 2006 he joined Nippon Bonsai Sakka Kyookai Europe, becoming Associate Member and in October 2006 he obtained a diploma of Instructor at the Bonsai Art School.

In this video, Nicola with the help from Emilio Bilocca (of BCG-Malta) works on a volcanic rock, constructed from various pieces and shows how to make an ishuzuki style. He first anchors various copper wire with an epoxy resin. The latter comes as two components that need to be thoroughly mixed together. Then ‘keto’ is applied onto the rock to form a bedding for the roots. Keto comes from rotting vegetation lying deep in waterlogged ground, typically rice paddies. The material has soft clay like qualities but unlike clay will not cause water to puddle. A juniper is settled towards the top of the rock and a micromeria towards its bottom. All their roots are again covered with keto, which in turn is covered with moss.

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Re: Video on an Ishizuki Style

Post  AlainK on Sun Nov 08, 2015 6:31 pm

C'e la fa !

Ma... non sopporto questo musica di formaggio! Rolling Eyes

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Re: Video on an Ishizuki Style

Post  kevin stoeveken on Mon Nov 09, 2015 10:18 pm

AlainK wrote:formaggio

hey alain !
that means "cheese", correct ??? Laughing

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