05 October 2012

in motion


i have been enjoying working with hoops - 

for their kinetic nature

for the way they can spin if you don't restrict them.

setting an om on each 

allows them to act like a tibetan prayer wheel,

setting a beautiful intention out into the world 

for all to benefit ... 





13 comments:

  1. perfection...
    you are so uber talented..
    transforming simple hoops to unique works of art with the touch of the smallest of details.
    I came here the other day admired your bronze statue and got lost in the artists etsy site.
    I'll email you this weekend...
    xo

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  2. Beautiful...and meaningful...like this direction with hoops!!!

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  3. Oh, yes! A contemporary prayer wheel with a deep connection.

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  4. Mary Jane, your new hoops are beautiful! And my goodness, so are your words. You really are a poet.

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  5. A contemporary prayer wheel ..... I like that.

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  6. MJ - so wel, designed and resolved - and filled with meaning. B

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  7. You make us see things in a different way, you give new life to them. I love the idea of wheels spinning when unrestricted -and the loving restriction of art.

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  8. The hoops are wonderful! Brings back memories of days gone by. There was a time when hoops were the symbol of the daring. The bigger the better. wishing you well on this sunny day.

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  9. Circles can represent so many thoughts and feelings. I like your concept. Mine has always been the circle of life and represents to me, my ability to speed and slow but always remain on the same path.
    xx, Carol

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  10. Om, my friend :) so wonderful.

    Xoxo
    A

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  11. I just came over from Robyn's blog and had to tell you that your jewelry is very beautiful! I will be back.
    roxanne

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