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2003 MATTEO CALDIERO

Matteo Caldiero Istruttore B.C.A.S (bonsai Creativo Accademy School) Si avvicina al Bonsai quasi per gioco nel lontano 1994.
Incuriosito da quest’arte orientale il semplice interesse si trasforma in profonda passione. Ciò lo induce a informarsi e frequentare corsi e seminari con maestri orientali e Istruttori Italiani e, in particolare con colui che considera il suo maestro, Sandro Segneri, con il quale tuttora collabora e lavora.
Ha tenuto dimostrazioni in molte manifestazioni Italiane ed Europee sia singolarmente che con il suo maestro ed in collaborazione con la “Bonsai Creativo Accademy School” . 
Alcuni dei suoi Bonsai, articoli e dimostrazioni sono state pubblicate su riviste italiane, Europee ed in Nord America. Risiede a Formia (Lt), dove vive e coltiva la sua passione.



      Palmares:

 

  • 1999. Roma Orto Botanico: Premio del Dipartimento di botanica Università la Sapienza di Roma “Miglior Bonsai esposto” – Mostra di Primavera;
  • 2003 – Fermo (Ap): Vincitore del concorso Talento Italiano U.B.I. (Unione Bonsaisti Italiani)
  • 2006 Napoli: Kokoro – no Bonsai Ten Premio I.B.S. (collegio Istruttori Bonsai & Suiseki) per il Miglior Bonsai esposto;
  • 2007 – Fermo (Ap): Mostra Nazionale Unione Bonsaisti Italiani: Menzione di Merito 2007;
  • 2007 - Roma - Orto Botanico: Premio del Dipartimento di botanica Università la Sapienza di Roma “Miglior Bonsai esposto” – Mostra di Primavera.
  • 2007 – Roma: Sosaku Bonsai International Exibition: Certificato di merito II classificato ex equo;
  • 2007 – Gent (Belgio): Certrè Europe Award miglior abbinamento pianta – vaso;
  • 2008 – Parabiago (Mi): menzione di merito Crespi Cup 2008

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