Yea and he does pull it off vary well. Where some of the darker ones with more rugged texture would love a gnarly pine, but then he also does these more of a cracked clay finer finish with great color/pattern/grain.For that distressed and fissured texture he loves to use, I feel our pots definitely need something gnarly!
Do you have a tree in mind for yours?
Yes, she is vary talented.I have 4 different Ching-wen Chen pots. Ms. Chen's first name is Ching-wen. She is one of the small group of women making bonsai pots in the USA. Others are Sara Raynor, Lynn August, Linda Ipple, & Karen Shuman. I think Karen is retired, but maybe not. Her husband passed away 2 years ago, giving her more free time again. Time will tell, look for Karen at Chicago Bonsai Shows.
Isn't she @alohagirlpottery on IG or is she someone else? There's also Stephanie Walker, she makes great pots too.Check out April Grigsby too, her work is fantastic!
I know who you’re talking about, but different person.Isn't she @alohagirlpottery on IG or is she someone else? There's also Stephanie Walker, she makes great pots too.
In Europe there's quite a few; Carina Jern, Patricia Pas, Sabine Besnard, Nastja from Me&Raimondi, Elsebeth Bruun Ludvigsen, Petra Hahn, Petra Engelke, Maria Jose Gonzalez, Renske Jaasma, the lady from Makisada and many more. At least a dozen more, maybe even two dozen. Now that you guys brought it up there's actually a lot of European bonsai potters
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