Although there are only a hand full of artists on this planet making wire tree sculptures, the ones who exist are truly amazing. Being a bonsai enthusiast it was only a matter of time before I would come across the work of Ken To (http://ken-to.com) and his amazing bonsai trees. Ken’s style is unique, these beautiful little sculptures are made from his studio in California in the US. His trees exhibit careful execution of bonsai styling while remaining very small. Some of his more interesting pieces include trees in baubles, group displays on small rocks and even one tree smaller than a thumbnail! Ken enjoys using coloured wires to create…
Howto care your your metal bonsai: Remove carefully from packaging. Place on desired location i.e. desk, shelf ect. Admire. Note- The tree does not need watering but may need an occasional dusting. To do this take a soft bristled brush and carefully brush dust off the tree. Avoid dropping the tree or dropping anything on the tree. If damage occurs, try to gently bend the branches back into place or contact me about a repair service. If you found this educational post useful please consider showing your support by gifting me a coffee; I would really appreciate it.