Kōen-nai No Bonsai: Bonsai in the Park
Saturday, April 22 - Sunday April 23, 2017
An annual fundraiser to benefit the GSBF Clark Bonsai Collection at Shinzen.
Toko-Kazari Competition: The ancient art of tokonoma display involves arranging a bonsai, a hanging scroll and an accent to produce a harmonious seasonal image. In the Clark Bonsai Garden. Cash prizes awarded. Photos of this year's winners.
Four Shohin Workshops
Instructors: Scott Chadd, Ted Matson, Steve DaSilva, Harold Mitchell.
Photos & Additional Workshop Information
Peter Tea Demonstration Auction of demo tree to follow.
Learn more about Peter at https://peterteabonsai.wordpress.com/about-me/
David Nguy Demonstration Auction of demo tree to follow.
Learn more about David at http://bonsaijidai.com/aboutus.html
Bonsai and bonsai supplies will be available for sale.
Demonstration trees, and trees from the collections of Ray Thieme, Richard Ramirez, Mike Nishitani and other local and state-wide artists.
Bonsai trees, pots and tools as well as an array of diverse items will be on offer.
Bonsai Garden Exhibition:
APRIL 23-JUNE 25 HOW OLD IS IT? THE QUESTION OF AGE IN BONSAI (Especially featuring Yamadori and Junipers)
Tomodachi: A gathering of the Clark Bonsai Collection Curator’s long-time friends and fellow artists who simultaneously stye bonsai which are then offered for auction.
SHINZEN SPRING CELEBRATION OF CULTURES APRIL 22-23
at Shinzen Friendship Garden in Woodward Park
This year's Spring Festival will not only celebrate Japanese culture, but many other Central Valley cultures, which will include:
Stroll the winding pathways of the beautiful 5 acre Shinzen Japanese Garden
SATURDAY 22ND SCHEDULE
VENDORS MAY ENTER AT 7AM FOR SET-UP
SUNDAY 23RD SCHEDULE