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nishigawara

Lesley Nishigawara

Lesley Nishigawara

2 comments on “nishigawara

  1. chacha
    26 September 2009

    this is beautiful ,,,what is it made of?

    • WSN
      28 September 2009

      Yes, it is truly stunning in full view & in person. I can’t recall exactly the fiber (silk? blend?) but it was tea stained and burnt.

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Published on 27 February 2009 at 197 × 300 in Shibori as Art

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