Author(s): Wade E. Pickren
Professor Amy Liang, a world-renowned bonsai artist and lecturer, offers a practical guide to the fine art of cultivating bonsai. This extravagantly produced volume, filled with hundreds upon hundreds of lavish full-colour photographs, showcases the very best and most beautiful specimens from her collection. Liang surveys the history of bonsai in its many schools and styles, and offers techniques and highly detailed instructions for those who want to shape and nurture their own trees. The remarkable images display everything from dazzling miniature evergreens to flowering and fruited trees.
"Profusely and beautifully illustrated throughout . . . enhanced with the inclusion of extensive notes and recommendations for further reading and a comprehensive index, making it an ideal and highly recommended addition to personal, professional, community, and academic library. . . reference collections." "Midwest Book Review: Library Bookwatch""
Wade E. Pickren received his PhD in Psychology and the History of Science from the University of Florida. He served as the historian of the American Psychological Association from 1998 to 2012 and recently completed a term as President of the Society for General Psychology. Additionally, he is coeditor of the book series International and Cultural Psychology and the Editor-in-Chief of the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of the History of Psychology.