In a Garden in Japan
There is a Japanese philosophy called Wabi Sabi. At a basic level, the main principle of this philosophy is to accept imperfections as part of life. I say basic because Japanese culture is a complex and rich culture and certain principles can be hard to exactly translate.
Weaving like most handcrafts is open to small imperfections as opposed to something that has been cut and produced by a machine in a factory.
Wabi Sabi also suggests a rustic simplicity which is what this piece incorporates. The colours are leaning towards a more neutral palette and the weaving is quite "loose" and broken up with chunky fibres and embellished with flowers. It is a little bit "here and there" and not ordered like a polished, perfected piece.
A Garden In Japan will bring some rustic warmth to any room in your home.
A Garden In Japan Tapestry Wallhanging
Height: 37cm (from top of dowel)
Materials: Recycled cotton rope, linen, acrylic yarn, wooden dowel
Please note colours in reality may vary slightly from that off your screen.
See FAQS for notes on shipping and postage.