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One little prayer-silk prayer flag - TIGER - India - Endangered Species - William Blake - animal art

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One little prayer-silk prayer flag - TIGER - India - Endangered Species - William Blake - animal art

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silk, brass bell, bamboo, black nylon cord, love, passion, compassion

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I hand printed my original design on a 5 inch square silk prayer flag on both sides; it hangs off a bamboo cane with a little brass bell at the top.

The prayer flag comes with this 'story card'


“tiger tiger
burning bright
In the forests
of the night”

wrote William Blake, a mystical poet, painter and printmaker, in the early 19th century.

In this year of the Tiger, the www.worldwildlife.org is dedicating the next 12 years to creating tiger awareness as, these largest of all Asian big cats, are one of the most culturally important and beautiful animals on this planet. However, they are also among the most vulnerable and threatened species on Earth.

In the early19th century, there were as many as 100,000 tigers in India. By the year 1972, when they were put on the endangered species list, there were only about 1,800. Through an attempt to conserve the existence of the tiger, there are currently about 3,200 wild tigers remaining on this earth.
For over a million years, the “King of the Jungle” lorded over a territory stretching from eastern Turkey to the Russian Far East, with its home extending northward to Siberia and southward into Bali. But by the end of the last century, the Bali, Javan and Caspian tigers were extinct. Tragically, the remaining six subspecies risk the same fate as the Javan and Caspian because of illegal wildlife trade, poaching, and conflict with people.
If we do not respond to the plight of wild tigers and the needs of the communities that share their home with tigers—most of which is outside protected wildlife areas – we will witness the loss of one of the world’s most irreplaceable natural wonders of our lifetime.
Cathleen Coulson-Keegan, owner of Touch the Earth, creates original designs for your quiet, meditative spaces, and offers her art in the spirit of FENG SHUI, the ancient Chinese Art of harmonious placement; maximizing the positive flow of ch'i or life force
TOUCH THE EARTH™ Graphic Art Studio - hand crafted by the ‘old hippies’ in Veneta, Oregon
I hand printed my original design on a 5 inch square silk prayer flag on both sides; it hangs off a bamboo cane with a little brass bell at the top.

The prayer flag comes with this 'story card'


“tiger tiger
burning bright
In the forests
of the night”

wrote William Blake, a mystical poet, painter and printmaker, in the early 19th century.

In this year of the Tiger, the www.worldwildlife.org is dedicating the next 12 years to creating tiger awareness as, these largest of all Asian big cats, are one of the most culturally important and beautiful animals on this planet. However, they are also among the most vulnerable and threatened species on Earth.

In the early19th century, there were as many as 100,000 tigers in India. By the year 1972, when they were put on the endangered species list, there were only about 1,800. Through an attempt to conserve the existence of the tiger, there are currently about 3,200 wild tigers remaining on this earth.
For over a million years, the “King of the Jungle” lorded over a territory stretching from eastern Turkey to the Russian Far East, with its home extending northward to Siberia and southward into Bali. But by the end of the last century, the Bali, Javan and Caspian tigers were extinct. Tragically, the remaining six subspecies risk the same fate as the Javan and Caspian because of illegal wildlife trade, poaching, and conflict with people.
If we do not respond to the plight of wild tigers and the needs of the communities that share their home with tigers—most of which is outside protected wildlife areas – we will witness the loss of one of the world’s most irreplaceable natural wonders of our lifetime.
Cathleen Coulson-Keegan, owner of Touch the Earth, creates original designs for your quiet, meditative spaces, and offers her art in the spirit of FENG SHUI, the ancient Chinese Art of harmonious placement; maximizing the positive flow of ch'i or life force
TOUCH THE EARTH™ Graphic Art Studio - hand crafted by the ‘old hippies’ in Veneta, Oregon

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