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Japanese women with umbrellas.

Japanese women with umbrellas.

I like the use of light and how this sculpture could have been really cool without the light, but with the light is something different and more interesting

I like the use of light and how this sculpture could have been really cool without the light, but with the light is something different and more interesting

Yumezakura, A spring breeze catches the folds of a hand-painted kimono and sways the branches of the cherry tree in this portrait of loveliness. Counted cross-stitch kit, based on the artwork of Haruyo Morita

Yumezakura

Yumezakura, A spring breeze catches the folds of a hand-painted kimono and sways the branches of the cherry tree in this portrait of loveliness. Counted cross-stitch kit, based on the artwork of Haruyo Morita

Parasols and colorful umbrellas can give you the shade that you might want at an outdoor event.  The colorful umbrella can also help keep you dry.   Luli Sanchez (fabric/textiles)

Powerful Abstracts by artist Lourdes Sanchez

Parasols and colorful umbrellas can give you the shade that you might want at an outdoor event. The colorful umbrella can also help keep you dry. Luli Sanchez (fabric/textiles)

Wagasa, the traditional japanese umbrella made from bamboo and washi (Japanese paper), is renowned not only for its beauty but also for the precision open/close mechanism.

Wagasa, the traditional japanese umbrella made from bamboo and washi (Japanese paper), is renowned not only for its beauty but also for the precision open/close mechanism.

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