Brooks Shane Salzwedel - A mixed media artist, he layers graphite drawings (Staedler Graphite pencils ranging from 6H to 9B), transparent tape, and resin (possibly translucent resin) to create haunting scenes that are beautiful to behold.

Brooks Shane Salzwedel - A mixed media artist, he layers graphite drawings (Staedler Graphite pencils ranging from 6H to 9B), transparent tape, and resin (possibly translucent resin) to create haunting scenes that are beautiful to behold.

Antique Japan Photo Bijin Woman Yukata Kimono Nihongami. Numbered, antique Japanese photo card depicting a beautiful young woman (bijin) posing in a patterned yukata garment.  Yukata are a special type of lightweight kimono once commonly worn in Japan during the hot and humid summer months.A highlight of this photo is the woman’s beautifully arranged hair which is done up in a traditional style called Nihongami. The Japanese have always cared greatly about their appearance and their hair.

Antique Japan Photo Bijin Woman Yukata Kimono Nihongami

Antique Japan Photo Bijin Woman Yukata Kimono Nihongami. Numbered, antique Japanese photo card depicting a beautiful young woman (bijin) posing in a patterned yukata garment. Yukata are a special type of lightweight kimono once commonly worn in Japan during the hot and humid summer months.A highlight of this photo is the woman’s beautifully arranged hair which is done up in a traditional style called Nihongami. The Japanese have always cared greatly about their appearance and their hair.

Yokoyama Taikan - Waterfall in Nachi, 1939 Of note: Yokoyama Taikan was the pseudonym of a major figure in pre-World War II Japanese painting. He is notable for helping create the Japanese painting technique of Nihonga. His real name was Sakai Hidemaro

Yokoyama Taikan - Waterfall in Nachi, 1939 Of note: Yokoyama Taikan was the pseudonym of a major figure in pre-World War II Japanese painting. He is notable for helping create the Japanese painting technique of Nihonga. His real name was Sakai Hidemaro

If we gain something, it was there from the beginning.  If we lose something, it is hidden nearby.  - Ryokan

Chinese small painting origi of life 6.7x6.7" traditional watercolor ink zen art

If we gain something, it was there from the beginning. If we lose something, it is hidden nearby. - Ryokan

Japanese Tenugui Towel Cotton Fabric, Hand Dyed Fabric, Full Moon, Cat Design, Flower, Dark Blue, Wall Art Hanging, Gift Wrapping, JapanLovelyCrafts

Japanese Tenugui Towel Cotton Fabric, Hand Dyed Fabric, Full Moon, Cat Design, Flower, Dark Blue, Wall Art Hanging, Gift Wrapping, h085

Japanese Tenugui Towel Cotton Fabric, Hand Dyed Fabric, Full Moon, Cat Design, Flower, Dark Blue, Wall Art Hanging, Gift Wrapping, JapanLovelyCrafts

富士越龍 - Hokusai  I really do enjoy sumi-e. It is slightly calming just to look at and examine...certainly need some in the house one of these days.

富士越龍 - Hokusai I really do enjoy sumi-e. It is slightly calming just to look at and examine...certainly need some in the house one of these days.

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This is 'fukuro' sash belt with lovely butterflies and golden mists with hexagonal pattern that symbolizes tortoise-shell as good wishes symbol of fortune and prosperity on black silk background. Inner side of the obi is black colored silk. Early

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