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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silk, bamboo, brass bell, nylon cord, love of wetlands

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The Cattails

Rattle of reeds.....wind shaped......yet the return to stillness....silence.
I created this little Zen poem with a dedication to the unexpected forces that sometimes arrive to reshape our environment.....our lives.... and within these moments we can observe our foundation...structure...our most personal center.
Cutting some cattails from our nearby wetlands, I brought them into my studio as inspiration for this design and arranged them in a tall vase. A day went by, and, in the early afternoon, with the sun pouring through a wall of windows, Bill and I were working when suddenly the cattails silently exploded ...... and the room was filled with shimmering light. I thought, oh my, this will take a lot of work to clean up ......but I was never able to find any 'cattail dust' ..... we were left with only a very magical memory!
The I Ching (Translated: The Book of Change) is an ancient treasure of insight and wisdom, an organic guide to the way things change. There are 64 hexagrams that form the principles of the I Ching.
The character or kanji that I drew for this design is the 24th hexagram, called Return, and is described as a welcome return, one that is natural and without force, from times of disorder.

The silk scroll is about 23 inches long by about 6.5 inches wide, hanging from bamboo it has a little brass bell at the top.
The Cattails

Rattle of reeds.....wind shaped......yet the return to stillness....silence.
I created this little Zen poem with a dedication to the unexpected forces that sometimes arrive to reshape our environment.....our lives.... and within these moments we can observe our foundation...structure...our most personal center.
Cutting some cattails from our nearby wetlands, I brought them into my studio as inspiration for this design and arranged them in a tall vase. A day went by, and, in the early afternoon, with the sun pouring through a wall of windows, Bill and I were working when suddenly the cattails silently exploded ...... and the room was filled with shimmering light. I thought, oh my, this will take a lot of work to clean up ......but I was never able to find any 'cattail dust' ..... we were left with only a very magical memory!
The I Ching (Translated: The Book of Change) is an ancient treasure of insight and wisdom, an organic guide to the way things change. There are 64 hexagrams that form the principles of the I Ching.
The character or kanji that I drew for this design is the 24th hexagram, called Return, and is described as a welcome return, one that is natural and without force, from times of disorder.

The silk scroll is about 23 inches long by about 6.5 inches wide, hanging from bamboo it has a little brass bell at the top.

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