Suiseki, viewing stones, Chinese scholars' stones, and rock penjing are included in this category. They all deal with the appreciation of naturally created (as distinct from carved) stones of relatively small size. If you could call it a boulder, it probably wouldn't qualify as a suiseki. These stones are appreciated for what they suggest visually, rather than for the monetary value of their mineral content.
California Aiseki Kai
Suiseki (Viewing Stone) club based in Gardena, CA. Membership and meeting information, photo gallery, newsletter, and an introduction to Suiseki.
Feliz Rivera Suiseki
Galleries and a brief history on each piece or work.
The International Stone Appreciation Society
Classification information and pictures, techniques, links and membership details.
Italian Association of Suiseki Lovers
Official association in Italy. Hosts an Annual Congress and Exhibition, publishes a newsletter, announcements, board members, and photos. [Italian, English]
Korean Flowerstone Suiseki
Suiseki collection with descriptions, image archive and information.
Nippon Suiseki Association
History and how-to from the Japanese suiseki association.
The Viewing Stone
Information, glossary, classification and images of viewing stones.
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