Monday, June 15, 2015

Annual ACBS June Exhibition Shines

We'd like to invite all of our internet bonsai friends to view photographs of our annual exhibit on our gallery site at this link--

This years' June show contained some great trees from both our experienced and newer members.  I have to admit that there are certain trees that belong to other members of the club that have become my favorites, and one of the great joys of our annual show, is getting to see how those favorites have developed and just keep getting better year after year.

Our seven section tray planting--penjing project-- was looking lush and much more fully developed in this its third time being pieced together for the event.  Despite losing some of the plant material, the landscape planting retains a neat unity.

You couldn't help but to be just delighted by Ken Huth's big azalea which he somehow managed to time just right for the show. It sported so many white blossom (as well as a few pink ones) that it looked like it was covered in snow.

Dan Tulliu's three large junipers that he salvaged from the
shredder in 1994 just keep getting better and really rocked with all of their awesome twists and dead wood sections.

Our show received many walk-in visitors from the Irish Fest which was going on, and perhaps even some new members.

Photographs of the trees at our exhibition can be found at or gallery site at this link--
and there is a 3 minute video walk through of the exhibit posted at our youtube spot at this link

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