This wrap was originally created as a submission piece to benefit breast cancer research. The title refers to the cellular battle that takes place within the body of those fighting breast cancer: hot and fiery cancer cells attempt to envelope cool and calm healthy cells. This piece seeks to represent this struggle, yet reflect the beauty that exists in the spirit of the women (and men) that struggle with breast cancer. Make no mistake about it, this is a lovely piece of wearable art.
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This nuno felted scarf is subtle and sultry, like a slow-moving current on a bayou in Louisiana, and might reflect what Monet would have painted had he visited the mysterious locale. The fibers include yak, silk, and merino on a silk gauze base; the different fibers lend a shimmery and luxurious texture to the piece, especially on the cream-colored reverse side. Yes, this scarf is reversible!
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This one-of-a-kind nuno felted wrap is part of my Land Series, inspired by the stunning sunsets that grace my studio in Santa Fe. The setting sun and its wavering rays are stylized from a fine golden yarn of merino, silk, and cashmere, and the rolling hills and falling night sky of navy and rose are felted using top merino roving. All of this on a fine boysenberry silk gauze base.
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