Ogurayama, Part 2

Originally posted on Japanese Bonsai Pots Blog:
Karahashi Homiyabi was born September 5, 1920, in Kyoto. ?Before bonsai pottery, he helped with the family business making traditional Kyo-yaki ware. ?He started his earnest apprenticeship as a potter/painter in 1970 under Heian Matsumoto, and gained his independence in 1975, whereupon he built a hybrid gas/electric kiln and took the potter name “Kiyoumine Ogurayama”. ?Ogurayama entered his… Continue reading Ogurayama, Part 2

#bonsai : Changing to adapt to your environment.

Originally posted on Bonsaiwithromano:
Here is one of my regular visitors. He has been through my garden quite a few times. It’s like the hot dry summer was the perfect breeding ground for chameleons. It’s that or they are attracted to something in my garden. Now just like these creatures change their colors to fit in with the background so to do we have to… Continue reading #bonsai : Changing to adapt to your environment.