Accent plants of the 2013 REBS Exhibit   4 comments

The accent plants at this years exhibit keep getting more like Ikebana than an accent for a bonsai. Some of these accents truly take away from the tree exhibited due to the profusion of species mixing in the pots. Aside from that, the artistry used in the making of these accents are breathtaking. A little inspiration for your next accent potting day.

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I thought these too were wonderful accents but have no idea what the purpose of keeping the tags in the accent is for. maybe placing the tag under the slab or matt would look better….DSC_02080208

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Posted August 25, 2013 by California Bonsai Art in Spotlight on Accents

4 responses to “Accent plants of the 2013 REBS Exhibit

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  1. Lovely accent plants. Are there trees to come?

  2. Sure are. Little more post production to go.

  3. Thanks for providing all these images, Al. I plan to refer our members to this blog because these are really outstanding kusamono. Not just one or two but virtually all of them. Did you ask Kathy or somebody what the deal was with leaving the tags in? Really distracting! I could see YOU doing that, once, maybe, because that is classic Keppler humor!

  4. Reblogged this on Bonsai Eejit.

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