Miniature landscapes by Mine Susugi

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Miniature landscapes by Mine Susugi

Post  Chris Cochrane on Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:38 pm

An interesting set of 5 galleries of miniature landscapes resembling Murata's plantings in Four Seasons of Bonsai. Some display coarse moss as a ground cover, similar to kusamono practice. Access to each of 5 sets are listed on this page (in Japanese): miniature landscapes' galleries.

The artist guides visitors through his discipline for creating them, which translates well...
miniature landscape guidance

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Penjing...

Post  Guest on Fri Jul 30, 2010 12:00 pm

Hi, new guy here...Interesting forums so I joined...

Thanks for the link to Minature Landscapes, very nice, I am wondering where they stop re to size...???

I am experimenting with Penjing which I think is a step up from minatures, I just fininshed a Chinese Elm Landscape and my ceramic container size is 13" x 19" x 2 1/2", my tallest of 2 Chinese Elms is 12" with a 1" Trunk.

I've been in and out of Bonsai for 40 some years, back in it now with more time to specialize.

I'll get some pictures up later.

Bolero

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Re: Miniature landscapes by Mine Susugi

Post  Chris Cochrane on Fri Jul 30, 2010 5:46 pm

Hi Bolero... Welcome to IBC. You might find more on penjing in the "Bonsai" or "Bonsai Questions" forum. Using the IBC's search function, you can explore all IBC forums for reference to "penjing."

I'm glad you liked the miniature landscapes' link.

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Re: Miniature landscapes by Mine Susugi

Post  Morea on Fri Jul 30, 2010 8:49 pm

Dear Chris,

thank You for this very beautiful link.

There are a few very nice pots also shown.
The round pots with the landscapes made me think of
a few very superb historical prints/drawings.

What wonders me , do You think these landscapes are
temporary or to be grown more time in the pot like a bonsai ?
Grasses grow quick , and the acers in the landscapes so young ?

Did You see the boatshape pot with landscape, in a suiban ????
Loved it !!!
Kind regards
Morea



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