DEC 16 - A CELEBRATION OF KITES
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"Seize the wind," I whispered. "Don't become the kite that never flies." ― Elizabeth Lim, Spin the Dawn
Many cultures celebrate with kites. In my island home of Bermuda, this is especially evident every Good Friday when kites of many sizes and styles fill the air. These aren't ordinary kites though. They're made of fine tissue paper with tails of cloth. They're very fragile, so if they come down, that's the end! We lived at the base of a hill so it was hard to launch a kite, but when we did, it was exhilarating! At first, the tugging of the kite so strongly in my hands would frighten me as I thought I might fly off and away with it. But that fear would diminish as I watched it bravely moving in the wind. Those days hold such fond memories for me.
Original clay monoprint framed in a black floater frame. The colors of the actual piece may vary slightly from what you see on your viewing device.
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CLAYPRINT: 6 X 6 / FRAMED SIZE: 6.5 X 6.5