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Fragments of Memory to Feather Your Nest
When I was a kid growing up in Seattle, I lived across the street from a little man-made pond. Much of my free time was spent playing around its edges - admiring the shimmering dragonflies, lazy snails and free range duck feathers that I would find there. I dreamed little girl dreams of riding horses across great expanses while eagles soared above me, but had to settle for my hand-me-down bicycle, city blocks and the inky crows that were constant companions in my neighborhood near the lake.
My father, who was one of the fore-runners of the green architecture movement, would accompany me to our bi-weekly Y-Indian Guide meetings, where we learned the lore and traditions of our adopted Haida tribe. Animals, birds, nature and story were woven together with invisible threads that still tie me to the Pacific Northwest with indelible habits of paying attention and forming mythic associations from what I find.
Despite living today in the middle of former East Berlin, I can't look out my window or walk down the street without acknowledging the natural forces all around me, following the same patterns of meaning that I learned as a child. These glimpses of animal urban wildlife remind me of our intrinsic connection with the great spirit - a source that remains a constant force flowing throughout everything, in defiance of the concrete construction sites, brash German billboards and bustling traffic outside my door.
Now I capture these magical moments in paper, ink, thread and photographs - bringing them to you like small offerings to be left at your doorstep by a devoted critter.
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In 6th Grade, I was voted most likely to become a photographer. Several years later, at my high school graduation, I was voted most likely to channel Michelangelo. 1 MFA, many years and exhibitions later it's now clear they were on to something.
I am thrilled at the opportunity to provide you with high quality, meaningful artwork and the possibility of helping to create some of your own positive memories; whether real, imagined, projected or dreamed. The work you find here is inspired by the shifting landscape of our own memories - blurred by the influences from media and the foggy, possibly implanted recollections we cling to as truth.
The Department of Manufactured Memory is the fine art division of a larger creative enterprise where I design identities for clients large and small. You can learn more by visiting my website: http://www.blixa6.com
Please read through the details mentioned below and should you have any further questions, I welcome your convo.
Accepted payment methods
Wholesale inquiries and orders are welcome with a minimum order amount. A deposit of 40% is required up front with the balance being paid prior to delivery. Checks are not accepted on orders. Please contact me with any questions about my wholesale terms. Thank you!
For International Orders: Please bear in mind that the cost shown in the shop does not include customs charges. The buyer will be responsible for all customs charges as levied upon delivery.
Images up to A4/8.5x11 are carefully wrapped in a protective, acid-free sleeve and packed in a rigid, brown "Shipwell Mailer" made from micro-corrugated board.
Prints of A3/11x14 or larger will be carefully wrapped and shipped in a sturdy mailing tube.
Please allow 3-5 business days for processing and shipping as, in most cases, photos and posters are printed as they are ordered.
Orders will be shipped by Deutsche Post with a signature required upon receipt of the package, unless requested otherwise by the customer. If you would like end to end tracking, please contact me for details about upgrading shipping.
International orders will be shipped via Deutsche Post or DHL International Paket, depending on the size of the package. A customs number will be provided upon shipment.
Shipping times will vary depending on how far you live from Berlin, Germany. In my experience small parcels take 7-14 days to reach sunny southern California, where my nephew Jackson eagerly awaits the next box full of strange German candy.
Refunds and Exchanges
A note about colors: Because of differences in monitors, colors can not be guaranteed to look exactly as they appear on screen.