Artist Patricia Larsen's work can best be described as meditative. From her own words, she is inspired by starry starry nights, sunlight and shadows, horizon lines, mud, rocks and water, empty spaces, sicilian olives, sticks and stones. All of these images are evident in her earthy, textural works.
Currently living in San Miguel de Allende Mexico she is also our Mama.
These "hobocloth" throws are heavy in weight, and are made of 50% wool and 50% linen. From Vancouver-based Cloth Studio.The 'Square' throws measure 54 x 54 inches.The 'Large' throw (available only in flax) measures 54 x 84 inches. (Can double as a standard-size blanket.)*This is a consignment item. Please...
Individual dandelions encased in resin. No two paperweights look alike.Measures roughly 2.5 inches across.
Tuumia (v): to ponder (Finnish) These stools have been created with materials of age, texture and warmth. Made with old fir beams that once supported a warehouse structure in British Columbia, wool from Merino and Wensleydale sheep entwined in a felted or knitted cover, leather...