Right this moment we have got a uncommon deal with to your from our outdated good friend Pierre Leloup (through Michael Hagedorn).
This is one among Pierre Leloup’s superb constructions. This and the others beneath are from Michael Hagedorn’s Crataegus Bonsai weblog.
Pierre with one among his masterpieces. Now you’ll be able to admire simply how massive it’s.
This is a part of what Michael Hagedorn wrote about Pierre’ Leloup’s go to to Crataegus Bonsai.
Pierre Leloup visited the Crataegus Bonsai backyard final month, together with different mates from Quebec, Canada. Pierre is a designer whose pursuits vary from Japanese gardens to industrial design.
Whereas speaking of our varied bonsai tasks, Pierre introduced out his cellphone and confirmed me a few of his older bonsai. I attempted to see them on the small display screen, fascinated by their ingenuity and complexity.
These three photographs present Pierre at play in his workshop in southern Quebec, not removed from us right here in northern Vermont. Actually, I’ve had the privilege of visiting Pierre and admiring his work, in addition to his workshop, home, gardens and his bonsai assortment. All of which categorical his extremely completed artist/craftsman’s contact.
This is yet another of Pierre’s massive bonsai/panorama plantings.
A bit of a Japanese-style backyard by Pierre Leloup. We at the moment are branching out to his gardens, ceramics, suiseki and even a bit inside design.
Ceramics for bonsai and past bonsai are a part of Pierre’s many inventive endeavors…
…As is inside design.
The entrance entrance of Pierre’s property close to Sherbrooke Quebec.
Suiseki by Pierre. He additionally makes his personal daiza (the wood suiseki stands).
One other of Pierre’s suiseki with daiza.
A part of an inside design by Pierre.
A bit of a backyard at a consumer’s home.
Yet another suiseki with a slightly uncommon daiza.
Display by Pierre.
We featured Pierre Leloup again in 2016 on Bonsai Bark. You possibly can learn that weblog publish right here.