Dekorativní kámen \"loďka\"- těžítko

Dekorativní kámen \"loďka\"- těžítko

Enquanto não há criatividade, uma pedra comum também pode se tornar muito bonita jóia ~ - o conteúdo mais interessante, por favor, preste atenção

Enquanto não há criatividade, uma pedra comum também pode se tornar muito bonita jóia ~ - o conteúdo mais interessante, por favor, preste atenção

Japanese Basketry Knots. Cane Wrapped Rocks by Basketeer. | Art is a Way | Bloglovin’

Japanese Basketry Knots. Cane Wrapped Rocks by Basketeer. | Art is a Way | Bloglovin’

Tied Rocks by Shizu Okino. I saw these at the Asian Art Museum and loved  the idea of dressing up a simple natural element with ancient basket  weaving techniques. This could be applied in so many different ways, such  as wrapping a wedding bouquet or decorating a dinner table. What can you  think of? Let me know.

Tied Rocks

Tied Rocks by Shizu Okino. I saw these at the Asian Art Museum and loved the idea of dressing up a simple natural element with ancient basket weaving techniques. This could be applied in so many different ways, such as wrapping a wedding bouquet or decorating a dinner table. What can you think of? Let me know.

Japanese Basketry KNots.              Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/home-resource-centre/

Japanese Basketry KNots. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/home-resource-centre/

by Deloss Webber Bento Series beach stones, rattan, slate “ The energy is transcendent of the physical structure - stone, fiber, and wood rise above the earthly elements that comprise their visual presence. Del’s reverence for nature takes shape as varying types of stones are wrapped fiber - rattan, bamboo, cane or reed. The melding of contemporary weaving techniques in concomitance with classic Japanese knotting styles gives Del’s sculpture a unique appearance.

by Deloss Webber Bento Series beach stones, rattan, slate “ The energy is transcendent of the physical structure - stone, fiber, and wood rise above the earthly elements that comprise their visual presence. Del’s reverence for nature takes shape as varying types of stones are wrapped fiber - rattan, bamboo, cane or reed. The melding of contemporary weaving techniques in concomitance with classic Japanese knotting styles gives Del’s sculpture a unique appearance.

Me and Ellen are gonna sit by a river and make these for days and days... but we're gonna use yarn and dried grasses!

Me and Ellen are gonna sit by a river and make these for days and days... but we're gonna use yarn and dried grasses!

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