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  • Birthday 05/28/1976

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    Bordeaux, France
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    Clay work associated with bonsai.
  1. Merci :)src="http://ceramicartsdaily.org/community/public/style_emoticons/default/smile.gif">, this is the way how i make bonsai accent figurines everyday in my studio Fine Barcelona black clay and Yixing brown clay, first firing at 500°C, second firing at 1210°C during 12 hours. Boat 22x3x2cm, mudman figurine 6.5cm giang www.lotus-bonsai.com
  2. @Thank you for your comments. @Hi Dave, thanks to your link on IBC, I found this ceramic art forum, :Dsrc="http://ceramicartsdaily.org/community/public/style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif"> @How do I grow moss on the little hill, in bonsai, we call this composition 'kokedama' (moss- jade ball). If you dont mind, please check this little link on my page, I I put a little note about growing moss. http://www.lotus-bon...a2012PAGE1.html @ the size of the red cranes is 4.5cm, white fine Paris clay, black and red under velvet glazed, First firing at 500°C, cooling 48h, Second firing at 1210°C, cooling 48h. I make this size for 6.5cm mud bonsai-penjning figurines. I join you the picture of my daily sculpture that I make for bonsai-penjing presentation. If you wish to know more about the signification and history of those little mudmen figures, please check this link, written last year http://ofbonsai.org/...-accent-figures giang www.lotus-bonsai.com
  3. Hello to all members of Ceramic Arts daily. My name is Giang, I'm from the Lotus Bonsai studio based currently in France. My main activity is about clay and trees. So let me present you some my creations: giang www.lotus-bonsai.com