The Art of Bonsai


There is much beauty in the miniature of life. Not everything has to be bigger to be better. I hope you enjoy these miniatures and the art of shaping them and encouraging them to grow in the shape you with them to grow.

Tiny beauty

Tiny beauty

small forest

small forest

It takes a lot of time for a huge tree to learn to be this small

It takes a lot of time for a huge tree to learn to be this small

The skill in the fingers who work with Bonsai is awesome

The skill in the fingers who work with Bonsai is awesome

Such perfection!

Such perfection!

The tiniest plant I sawAll photography by Barbara Mattio. Copyrighted 2013

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8 thoughts on “The Art of Bonsai

  1. Jackie Saulmon Ramirez says:

    Reblogged this on The Artistic Spider's Web and commented:
    These bonsai trees are very beautiful. They take years to perfect but they are so worth it.
    They r amazing!

  2. RoSy says:

    I love these lil’ trees!

  3. They are lovely and so intricate :) I always had a soft spot of anything little and mini like that!

  4. IzaakMak says:

    I’ve always loved Bonsai, and those are some real beauties! :D

  5. pujakins says:

    Thanks! We tried bonsai–they didn’t do well. I felt sad not to be able to care for them. Oh Well. Lovely thanks!

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