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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

bengara








the series i have been working on since i returned from japan. all that red and those stones found their way into weaving. the beginnings are here  ,where i explain the process, and here.
i beg your forgiveness for the quality of the photos. it proved to be a greater challenge than expected and this is the best i could do  (´_`)



neki desu
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9 comments:

  1. What an inspired and inspiring series! I really love the depth of color in these pieces, and how the twill lines pop.

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  2. I think you've come up with a really interesting series, Neki! Forgive my inability to explain my feelings clearly but they're kind of oppositional: funky/beautiful, old/new, rusty/earthy, fragmented/whole. In other words, I like 'em a lot!

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  3. this is a beautiful series, its intriguing the way the stone patterns begin to suggest landscapes to me. I'm curious how large are they?

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    1. thanks for your comment. the pieces are small, no larger that 20 cms. the larger one about 30 cms long

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  4. Looking at these pieces again (because they are so compelling), I almost see small gatherings of people having conversations.

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  5. Enjoyed reading about your process. The pieces are very appealing, closely related but each one with its own personality.

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  6. these are just so fine, neki, i really like them.

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  7. The coloration and patterning in this series is very moving and beautiful.

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interaction appreciated!

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