Keshitsubu is the Japanese word used to refer to the smallest bonsai plants that exist, those that fit on the “tip of a finger”.

Keshitsubu Project is a limited edition of five pieces designed and manufactured by hand by Diana Hernández to house different species of microbonsai.
They have been modeled by hand in white clay, with transparent enamel and fired at 1240 ℃.

For the implantation of the bonsai cuttings, we counted on the advice and help of a specialist in the field. The pieces were part of the collective exhibition at the Madrid Amasarte gallery-workshop

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Madrid-Santiago, Spain