Almost Here: ‘Wild for Accents’ online course–

Our upcoming ‘Wild for Accents’ online course has a few spots left, next Saturday July 25!

If you have 3 hours next Saturday morning, please consider joining us for this fun summertime Seasonal-lite. It’s a full overview of shitakusa and kusamono styles, inspirations, creation, maintenance, and use in display. Questions are encouraged throughout, with a full recording made available to participants. Please write crataegusbonsai@gmail.com for more details and to reserve a spot.

Here’s our cheeky trailer, complete with spy music:

9 Comments

  1. Rodger Kessler says:

    Howdy. Lve the yellow cedar work. When I move out, will need to get one. Can I have a slot in wild for accents? Did not see registration link… rodger

    Rodger Kessler Ph.D ABPP

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  2. Les Allen says:

    Can you give me more information on the online course on July 25.

    Thanks, Les Allen

    Sent from my iPad

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  3. Patricia Myrick says:

    Michael, I think I’m on your ‘Interested’ list for the Accents class. I would like to attend, please!

    – Patty Myrick

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  4. Sally Cotter says:

    Hi Michael,
    Is the Accents class full? I am interested.

  5. Jane Hall says:

    Hi Michael…love your music and video for “Wild Accents”! I really enjoy making these side companions and would love to participate In your Saturday, July 25th online course’’….however, I have a conflicting art course online at the same time. Is there to be a fee, would I be able to watch later? Very interested.

    Loving your “Bonsai Heresy”, Jane Hall

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