Will Baddeley Carving Workshop

Thanks to the generosity of John (known as reddog on bonsainut) and Bob out at Kimura Nursery I was able to attend Sunday of the weekend Will Baddeley carving workshop. I came out of this workshop learning a few things: 1) Ume has thick bark, 2) Don’t wear flip flops around power tools. In all seriousness it was a fun workshop and thanks to Bob for letting me possibly depreciate one of his trees 😅. I didn’t talk to everyone there but it was great to meet several new people. I’ve been putting a greater effort into remembering names so if you ever see me, you can put me to the test by saying hi.

I don’t have much time for a very detailed write up, but I do have lots of photos of everyone’s trees. This post will be more akin to a photo journal.

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Bob was a great host and Will’s a great artist who gave plenty of guidance and advice. Hope you enjoyed the photos and have a great day.

Julian

3 thoughts on “Will Baddeley Carving Workshop”

  1. How appropriate that one of the students had a Ficus microcarpa ‘Nitida’, and another had that massive olive tree . . . stump . . . thing. I do not know if I could find my way there. I can only remember the Roscoe Boulevard exit from the San Diego Freeway (the 405), but I so rarely go into that region.

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