New York 2014
art 12.5 x 34 inches
scroll 16.5 x 66
Tomorrow’s Wind - diptych
A set of paired scrolls. Righthand scroll contains the first phrase, ashita wa-- “tomorrow.” The lefthand scroll, ashita no kaze ga fuku--”tomorrow’s wind will blow.” In the works themselves, the direction of light to dark in the ombre was reversed for the two. In the mounting, the interior edgings were reversed.
Calligraphy by Yoko Nishina on indigo, hand-dyed cotton by Liza.
Mounting of Italian silk crepe, lacquered wood finials.