Submitted by Web Master on Thu, 11/24/2016 - 11:16am
See this unusual and intricate art of Shoushan stone work in Fuzhou, China – the only place that it really exists. http://www.stevewdesign.com/#.WDMLIu8v9TM.emai Shoushan is based on a type of alabaster with unusual colored properties, and excavated from a particular mountain in the region.
Submitted by webmaster on Sun, 10/02/2016 - 1:20pm
This year our 35th Annual Bonsai Show and Sale will be open to the public on Saturday November 5th from 9AM to 5PM and on Sunday November 6th from 9AM to 4PM. Free admission and free parking. The show will be held at the Berne Davis Gardens in Fort Myers, FL. This location is just north of the Edison Ford Winter Estates on McGregor Blvd.
Submitted by Web Master on Fri, 09/09/2016 - 11:59am
Sergio Luciani will perform a BYOT workshop at our regular meeting place. Sergio Luciani is a Graphic Design professional born in Buenos Aires Argentina on October 20, 1969. He had no familiarity with Bonsai until 1999, when he enrolled in a basic course taught by Marita Gurruchaga. While serving as his teacher, Ms Gurruchaga also became his partner and friend.
Submitted by Web Master on Fri, 09/09/2016 - 9:03am
As is our new format, we will first work on trees and take advantage of the greatly talented teachers in our club. Bring anything you are working on. Around 10 o'clock we will have our raffle and a short business meeting to discuss the details of our Annual Show in November. Our new venue for the show will be at the Berne Davis park just north of the Edison-Ford estate.
Submitted by Web Master on Sun, 08/14/2016 - 10:26am
This newsletter discusses the details of our next meeting on Saturday, August 20, a visit by Sergio Luciani on September 13, our upcoming annual Bonsai Show and Sale on November 5 and 6, a special event with Pedro Morales on August 27 in Tampa, FL and in-depth article on Bonsai photography by Sam Ogranaja.
Submitted by Web Master on Sun, 08/07/2016 - 2:56pm
The August meeting main program will highlight judging techniques and what judges look for. From 9 to 10: If you can, bring two trees with you, one to work on from 9 to 10 and a second “finished” tree to discuss during the 11-12 hour. From 10 to 11: Raffle, Show and Tell, Business Meeting. The main program will be from 11 to 12. Learning how to judge a tree.