Outside In – Hospice donation

I got the idea from this one from a very intense fall we had this year. The colours were so concentrated and intense, I wanted to bring the ambience of what was outside my window inside my house.

I also put the animal I associate myself most with, the Otter.

This hanging was also donated to the Sarcee Hospice, as again, the imagery inside of it seemed appropriate for the spirit of the hospice. The hangings tells of adaptability, philosophy, protection, and connection.

I also wanted to just go a bit crazy with the border, just to see what came out, just to show that even a non-pattern can still essentially be a pattern (Ken Wilber writes there is still a pattern on the wall of nothingness).

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