Senbazuru Lanterns

  • Posted on 23rd March 2020,
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A color-drenched minimalist strand of handmade paper lanterns. This strand is inspired by the crane’s significance in Japanese culture. The crane lives for a thousand years, or perhaps multiple millenia, and signifies happiness, longevity and good fortune. The wings of the crane are said to carry souls up to heaven, and this strand is meant to augment our ancient sense of hopefulness for ascension/elevation.… Read More

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Paper Lanterns – The Spring Rain

  • Posted on 1st May 2019,
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Paper Lanterns – The Spring Rain

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THE SPRING RAIN:An intricate strand of paper lanterns, made from heavy duty card stock and inspired by fecundity, by springtime thundershowers.Turquoise washes and swirling pen/ink whirlwinds. Royal blue rain streaks. Brush strokes of fern and basil. Puddles of teal, dollops of sapphire.… Read More

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A Taste of Earth

  • Posted on 30th September 2018,
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A Taste of Earth

Sunstones and smithsonite. Underground voids where heat and pressure churns rocks into existence. Sublimation, mud cracks and rock shelves. This pastel earthy strand is composed of soft slate, muted teal, faded sage, predawn whites and beached coral.

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A Bright Tapestry in the Wicked Depths

  • Posted on 27th March 2016,
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A Bright Tapestry in the Wicked Depths

Down there, pressure is a bombastic creator. This deep black well is lit with the spray of biophotons. Your periphery is a dim void out of which anything can spring. Snakes of coal, who tempt with spheres of light. Unnatural bodies wrapped around bent spines.… Read More

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