Monday, April 16, 2012

intimate minimalism

the removed red threads are wrapped in found lace getting it right is important.

and this is nice

7 comments:

Penny Berens said...

As far as I'm concerned you always get it right.

henrietta (aka ani aka zani) said...

this is very ritual like, ceremonial. sacred. there are/were some cultures that use to preserve the placenta, after birth, as charms for protection of the child. in a way this reminds of that. saving the after-birth. a personal act.

Judy Martin said...

That's exactly what wrapping this lively red stuff felt like - as if I were performing a ritual, and that this mass a bloody part removed from the body - leaving behind something more spiritual.

eb said...

intimate minimalism
quiet and unexpected
yes - ritualistic too
timeless...

xox - eb.

mansuetude said...

over here, deep compression of emotion

saskia said...

saving the residue, important yes

Ms. said...

Everything already said......and:

When the wind takes certain seeds into it's vast, moving embrace, there's no knowing where,or to what glorious destiny they fly, only that it will be so.