Bonzai Trees and Nature Represented
One of the more fantastic and meaningful techniques used when deciding and implementing a Bonsai Tree presentation for, either sale or hobby, is to create miniature representations of whole landscapes. This type of presentation requires some careful planning to create the correct balance of elements. When you are researching this remember that, even though, nature appears to be jumbled and random, what we happen to call beauty, there is much organization going on in the background.
One need look no further than their own backyard for inspiration or perhaps research this technique at their local library or online, or even, in person out in the wild. Remember, be prepared to be overwhelmed and humbled, by just how much has been documented, as this remarkable discipline and artform called Bonsai is over a 1000 years old. There are places on earth with such unique beauty that one could easily be disuaded from persuing this approach. But, these Bonsai Tree techniques can also bring tremendous reward.
Nature, Tree and Bonsai
One can draw additional inspiration from some of Mother Nature's own miniature representations. Have you ever really gotten down and looked closely and how matter is organized at the micro level. If you live near a river or stream, this can be done quite easily, and if you are a photographer, you can capture some of this amazing beauty and use it as a template for one of your Bonzai Tree art pieces. Bonsai is such a diverse and rich art form that everthing can be considered, from the highly organized to the absolute chaotic.
You could even consider combining Bonsai Tree art with classic Japanese sand art. These two would complement each other and allow you to work with even more diverse materials. Sand art is the art of creating form and beauty with sand and a number of other elements: rocks, shrubs, color and more. These two art forms would complement each other and add even more value to your Bonai Tree for sale.