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wall of bells

bells - I have a thing for them. I have started my collection for the arboreal. (This is a great idea) - hang outside instead of wind chimes

This interesting and fun display is a collection of Temple Bells, elephant bells, wind chimes, gongs and rattles, defying any ill wind to "blow no good." The various objects originated from India, Thailand and Japan and were assembled into the present musical sculpture by Edward Brownlee in 1965. Its form was inspired by the free-standing torii gates at Shinto shrine entries. The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel is home to over 1,6000 pieces of authentic Pacific and Asian artworks and artifacts.

Compartments Its form was inspired by the free-standing torii gates at Shinto shrine entries. The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel is home to over pieces of authentic Pacific and Asian artworks and artifacts.

Pretty mobile.

Thin pieces of tin, aluminum, brass, in various pale colours, but the overall effect is light silver. Each rod is soldered to the top bar with circles in between.

Ceramic bell by TrinkaCeramics on Etsy

I interview Gemma, the ceramics artist behind Trinka Ceramics. We chat about the slow process of creating her unique nature inspired pieces, and how she gains inspiration from bones, feathers and stones - keeping them displayed in her home.

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