Alabama Bonsai Society 2020 (virtual) Spring Show

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"Brian" seems pretty talented....😜


….what, you don't use your B-nut handle in the real world? 😁 😁 😁 😁 😁 😁 😁


Any idea what was on the plate around the five minute mark?🤔

cool.
 

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"Brian" seems pretty talented....😜


….what, you don't use your B-nut handle in the real world? 😁 😁 😁 😁 😁 😁 😁


Any idea what was on the plate around the five minute mark?🤔

cool.
Thanks, I would have preferred to get more submissions and use fewer of my trees, but I used what I got.

I don’t know the member who sent those pix of the J Maples, but my best guess is those were candied fruits on that plate...?
 

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I'm very impressed by Karin's collection, and potter Byron seems to be popular. Is he a member of the club?
Karin has nice trees. She works regularly with Kathy.
Byron Myrick is a potter from Moselle MS, and was active as a member and vendor with our club when he first got going. He does good work. Here are a few of his earlier pots. The larger rectangle is a slab-built pot replica of an old Chinese pot I worked with him to reproduce. The shape is pretty close but the glaze didn’t quite hit the mark. I think he made 4 of them. This one appeared in the Journal of the American Bonsai Society a few years ago. The third pot with the thyme and ajuga went the the 3rd USNBE.
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