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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Sargents junipers like this 40-year-old specimen in an American container are trained into many different bonsai forms. Japanese bonsai artist Toshio Kawamoto established saikei, a type of tray landscapes, in the 1960s because he wanted to popularize and expand bonsai art. Photograph by Jonathan Singer

Bonsai In Art Form
Bonsai In Art Form
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Sargents junipers like this 40-year-old specimen in an American container are trained into many different bonsai forms. Japanese bonsai artist Toshio Kawamoto established saikei, a type of tray landscapes, in the 1960s because he wanted to popularize and expand bonsai art. Photograph by Jonathan Singer
Sargents junipers like this 40-year-old specimen in an American container  are trained into many different bonsai forms. Japanese bonsai artist Toshio Kawamoto established saikei, a type of tray landscapes, in the 1960s because he wanted to popularize and expand bonsai art. Photograph by Jonathan Singer
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