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
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
This light garland murmurs secrets pertaining to balance, softness, and the reaper’s unflagging procrastination.
A sudden evaporation of the tension imbued on bodies by time. The past, present and future melt into a mute, indeterminate swirl.
Black swirls and resonant whites.… Read More