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 Post subject: Gallery: Vance Wood
PostPosted: Fri Jun 16, 2006 10:01 am 
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This thread is for discussing the gallery "The Bonsai of Vance Wood"
http://www.artofbonsai.org/galleries/wood.php


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The gallery is looking very good Vance. I am enjoying the Shimpaku junipers and the Scots pine bunjin a lot, you have done very well with these indeed. I am posting a link to probably my top pick of the group.
http://artofbonsai.org/galleries/images ... mpaku2.jpg
I was hoping you could tell me about this pot, and any info you would also care to include regarding the tree displayed in it as well as the Scots pine bunjin. Thanks.


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Wesley,
Vance has spent the weekend at the annual Four Seasons Bonsai Club show doing demos and operating his vendor booth.
HE should be back around and on-line sometime tomorrow with luck.

Will


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2006 12:14 pm 
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Wesley Bradshaw wrote:
The gallery is looking very good Vance. I am enjoying the Shimpaku junipers and the Scots pine bunjin a lot, you have done very well with these indeed. I am posting a link to probably my top pick of the group.
http://artofbonsai.org/galleries/images ... mpaku2.jpg
I was hoping you could tell me about this pot, and any info you would also care to include regarding the tree displayed in it as well as the Scots pine bunjin. Thanks.

Hi Wesley: Thanks for the kind remarks about the trees. As to your question. The pot is a Sara Rayner pot, often called by those who know her and love her work a Sarapot.


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Thanks for the reply Vance.


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