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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silk, bamboo, brass bell
  • Favorited by: 36 people
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THE WHEAT - CIRCLE OF LIFE



This silk hanging depicts a circular wheat motif in growth, fruition and harvest.

The Japanese calligraphy, called ‘Shodo’, was created for this design by my good friend Kyoko Hunt,
who lives in Kyoto, Japan.

It translates,

“The seeds you toss on the ground will grow,
and this will be your personal harvest.”
Or, ‘You Reap What You Sow’.

Designer Cathleen Coulson-Keegan hand prints this original design on raw silk, or silk noil, sometimes called "peace silk" as the cocoons used to weave this silk are from the moths that have emerged and left them behind.


Coulson-Keegan offers this silk banner in the spirit of FENG SHUI, the ancient Chinese Art of harmonious placement; maximizing the positive flow of ch'i or life force in her TOUCH THE EARTH™ graphic art studio, located in Veneta, Oregon.
THE WHEAT - CIRCLE OF LIFE



This silk hanging depicts a circular wheat motif in growth, fruition and harvest.

The Japanese calligraphy, called ‘Shodo’, was created for this design by my good friend Kyoko Hunt,
who lives in Kyoto, Japan.

It translates,

“The seeds you toss on the ground will grow,
and this will be your personal harvest.”
Or, ‘You Reap What You Sow’.

Designer Cathleen Coulson-Keegan hand prints this original design on raw silk, or silk noil, sometimes called "peace silk" as the cocoons used to weave this silk are from the moths that have emerged and left them behind.


Coulson-Keegan offers this silk banner in the spirit of FENG SHUI, the ancient Chinese Art of harmonious placement; maximizing the positive flow of ch'i or life force in her TOUCH THE EARTH™ graphic art studio, located in Veneta, Oregon.

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