I’ve always loved the Japanese art of “kintsugi” wherein broken pottery is repaired with gold and rather than trying to disguise the break or flaw, it is highlighted and therefore elevated to a status of beauty. Its age is celebrated, its history is seen, its flaws are revered. I think it’s a good way to think about ourselves, others and our relationships as we age - not to try to look like our former, younger selves but to embrace our “breaks and flaws” and to honor them and see the beauty in them.
These eggshells often look like delicate bowls to me, so this is my take on a noodle bow. The chopsticks are hand-carved and each bowl is unique.
SIZE: 4" acrylic frame
Signed with full name on front and name of piece on back.
MATERIALS: eggshells, ink, paint, and gold metal leaf
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FRAMING: This piece is framed and can be hung on a wall or placed on a shelf.
SHIPPING: This piece will ship within 1 week of purchase. Shipping fees are calculated by weight and size. For order outside of U.S., a shipping estimate will be provided.