Silk Cotton Shawl / Flowing river water
Here I am in Chestertown,
the second month of lockdown for COVID-19 prevention.
Keeping us 6 feel apart…
No future prospects of what we are heading into, as if the weather read our mind, there is a lot of rain and overcast skies.
I drove down to south from Chestertown to Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge, that connects the Chester River and the Eastern bay.
Light of the sky, sun and river were marge together in shade of gray blue.
The rapeseed field of yellow spread all over around there.
It is in this season, and only this moment that is not eternal.
But you can memorize it.
Cotton silk shawl
Silk 50% Cotton 50%, color / sky blue, pearl gray, canola yellow, bazaar red
limited production in colors.
Hand-Painted silk cotton scarf / Flowing river water
As always, thank you for supporting TextilesYuh.
There will be no exhibitions in March,
but I am working hard to create pieces for the Smithsonian Craft Show in April
and Kiryu’s Wabi-Sabiya exhibition in May. There will also be special sales for a limited time.
On my website shopping page for a limited time only ! Date 2020/3/11-4/12
My long years, the shibori epidermis bubble dot scarf since 1994, and the original pieces are the permanent design collection in 1998 at Museum of Modern Art NY.
is now on special sale. ( 2020/3/11-4/12 )
Additionally, Ruffle layered scarf / TY-05-05 Fall & Winter
Ruffle layered scarf / TY-05-05 Spring & Summer
is on sale. ( 2020/3/11-4/12 )
Baltimore Convention Center
1 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Photo by Benton Collins, Model by Nola Sporn Smith