Brigid Collins: "Yield" A one-off Artist's Book, incorporating a found 'book' form, lens tissue, sandpaper, leaves, typewritten text, silver leaf, linen thread and text from the "Tao Te Ching" by Lao Tsu (translated by Gia- Fu Feng and Jane English). (Vintage edition).
A very refined meisen silk kimono featuring patterns of ume blossoms and royal carts. The light material is constructed differently than most meisen: it has horizontal added threads every 1 cm or so, yielding a ribbed texture. Mid-Taisho to early Showa (1915-1935), Japan. The Kimono Gallery
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Uemae. This nearly 7 foot tall piece is entirely hand stitched in 1/4 " stitches with white thread on black fabric. The stitches run horizontally. There are spaces left that form verticals which evoke a feeling of city buildings glistening at night. The red stripes are inserts which although they are lower than the black, they visually pop up to the surface.