US NATIONAL SHOHIN BONSAI EXHIBITION

Messages
361
Likes
875
Location
Rochester, NY USA
USDA Zone
5-6
#1
The first US National Shohin Bonsai Exhibition will be held on June 23-25, 2017 at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis, NC, a short 30 mile drive north of Charlotte, NC.

Fine quality shohin and small size bonsai will be displayed in a unique venue. If you have a fine quality shohin or small bonsai, up to 12" in height, kindly send me a photo for the selection process.

In addition to the exhibition there will be demonstrations, workshops and two sales areas.
Feel free to distribute the above flyers to your club members and newsletters.
Additional information will be released soon. Hope you can join us!

William N. Valavanis
wnv@internationalbonsai.com

SHOHIN EXHIBITION.JPG

FLYER AD.JPG
 
Last edited by a moderator:

sorce

Nonsense Rascal
Messages
19,164
Likes
24,300
Location
Berwyn, Il
USDA Zone
6.2
#4
That's four words;
He typed 4 words....

But...

We have no idea how many words he said.

It better have been one @DougB !

@William N. Valavanis
I was thinking about how much of a badass you are on my way to work this morning.
I found a poster at my old job that said, "work like your boss is watching".
The other day I thought....
We should all work on our bonsai like YOU are watching!

All the best to you for 2017!

Your dedication is very much appreciated!

Sorce
 
Messages
189
Likes
208
Location
Nashville, TN
USDA Zone
7a
#6
The first US National Shohin Bonsai Exhibition will be held on June 23-25, 2017 at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis, NC, a short 30 mile drive north of Charlotte, NC.

Fine quality shohin and small size bonsai will be displayed in a unique venue. If you have a fine quality shohin or small bonsai, up to 12" in height, kindly send me a photo for the selection process.
In addition to the exhibition there will be demonstrations, workshops and two sales areas.
Feel free to distribute the above flyers to your club members and newsletters.
Additional information will be released soon. Hope you can join us!

William N. Valavanis
wnv@internationalbonsai.com
View attachment 128198 View attachment 128199
Awesome! When can we expect details on the demos/workshops??
 
Messages
135
Likes
74
#8
The 1st US National Shohin Bonsai Exhibition is only 5 months away!
Although just announced this event has created great excitement with Bonsai Artists, Shohin enthusiasts and vendors!! Creating unique displays is always a enjoyable challenge. This photo is currently on display at the Gafuten in Japan until tomorrow.
 

Attachments

Bonsai Nut

Administrator
Messages
7,116
Likes
10,542
Location
OC, CA
USDA Zone
10A
#11
I'm going to shift this thread and put it on the front page of the site.
 
Messages
1,489
Likes
620
Location
Wyoming
USDA Zone
4
#12
Man I wish my limber pine (p. flexilis) was a bit further along in development! Maybe it will be ready for the next Shohin exhibition. I really hope it's a great success and continues on.

Potting this spring and entering in the 2nd U.S. National Shohin Exhibition.. I hope!



I'd really love to see a display comprised entirely of native Rocky Mountain trees.
 
Messages
12,002
Likes
12,022
Location
Michigan
USDA Zone
5-6
#13
Man I wish my limber pine (p. flexilis) was a bit further along in development! Maybe it will be ready for the next Shohin exhibition. I really hope it's a great success and continues on.

Potting this spring and entering in the 2nd U.S. National Shohin Exhibition.. I hope!



I'd really love to see a display comprised entirely of native Rocky Mountain trees.
Wow that's a beautiful Flexis.
 
Messages
1,935
Likes
1,253
Location
Eugene, OR
USDA Zone
8
#16
Man I wish my limber pine (p. flexilis) was a bit further along in development! Maybe it will be ready for the next Shohin exhibition. I really hope it's a great success and continues on.

Potting this spring and entering in the 2nd U.S. National Shohin Exhibition.. I hope!



I'd really love to see a display comprised entirely of native Rocky Mountain trees.
:eek:Wonderful tree Dan!
 
Messages
3
Likes
1
#18
Long time lurker here. Haven't been to an exhibition yet. The $90 is to register a bonsai for the show correct? Is entry to just look at the exhibition and purchase from vendors free?

Really looking forward to making it to this event.
 
Messages
838
Likes
544
Location
Liberty Township, OH
USDA Zone
6a
#19
Man I wish my limber pine (p. flexilis) was a bit further along in development! Maybe it will be ready for the next Shohin exhibition. I really hope it's a great success and continues on.

Potting this spring and entering in the 2nd U.S. National Shohin Exhibition.. I hope!



I'd really love to see a display comprised entirely of native Rocky Mountain trees.
now THAT is a damn nice shohin
 
Messages
361
Likes
875
Location
Rochester, NY USA
USDA Zone
5-6
#20
The $90 registration fee includes: Welcome Reception, Workshop Eligibility, Shohin Bonsai Exhibition, Vendor Areas, 10 Lecture-Demonstrations and Sunday Morning Critique.

Hope you can join us!
 

Similar threads