Bonsai are complex aesthetic objects, how do we appreciate them?
Trees have been associated with peace for many years. Explore these relationships on World Bonsai Day.
What is “American Bonsai” and how should the ABS define “Native” in the context of American Bonsai as an art form?” – Susan Daufeldt, ABS Newsletter editor.
The story of Keystone Arts shows the power of collaboration between bonsai artists.
There is no bonsai exhibition judging system that will satisfy everyone. But can we do better?
Bonsai practice represents an active and intense human-plant interaction that could, if it were to become more widespread, help to prevent climate change.
Does the Biophilia Hypothesis explain why bonsai are so awesome?
Bonsai artists collaborate with nature and natural processes but they harness time.
Recent articles suggest that Japanese bonsai originated around 200 years ago, and that Western ideas influenced its development.
Is there a Tao of Bonsai? The recent article in the New Yorker about Ryan Neil prompted a closer look at the origins of bonsai, “practical magic” and the current relationship of Taoism to both art and bonsai.