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War and Nature: Snowfall Blooming Silk Story Scarf, Wearable Art

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War and Nature: Snowfall Blooming Silk Story Scarf, Wearable Art

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War and Nature: Snowfall Blooming Silk Story Scarf, Wearable Art

250.00

Made to order; 4-6 weeks.

This limited edition, silk twill scarf, is from a photocollage derived from an image of poppy fields and a street scene in Afghanistan. A poet, Carma Lyn Park, wrote the accompanying haiku:

"in the street

poppies are still opening

while snow drifts down"

This manipulated image explores the soaring opium addiction that resulted as an unintended consequence of war: poppy cultivation is too lucrative to stop. The falling snow can indicate a number of things: the cold chill of awakening, debris from bombs, and opium.

This is a limited edition of 15, silk twill scarf.

Size is approximately 52 x 52 inches.

Due to the handcrafted process and inherent nature of the materials used, slight variations in color might be visible from the listed photos. A "story card" accompanies each scarf.

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