Do big work amongst small trees. 

The art of these trees is a record of their creators, of people who made a tree their life’s work, then passed it on, knowing it would outlive them and continue to grow. There are few art forms that continue to develop and change after they’ve left their creators and the partnership between bonsai master and tree is a special one and reminds us of the patience and empathy of great art.
— Stephen Voss, National Bonsai Foundation Board Member

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