Wabi Sabi Style

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Gibbs Smith, 2001 - Antiques & Collectibles - 151 pages
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Where the art of feng shui (the arranging of homes, gardens, and businesses to attract wealth, success, and health) leaves off, the art of wabi sabi picks up through balancing and harmonizing homes, gardens, businesses in Zen-like fashion. Wabi Sabi Style embodies the essence of Japanese design. Flowing from spring to summer, autumn, and winter, each chapter is steeped in Japanese lore and techniques for incorporating the wabi sabi philosophy into one’s own home. Breathtaking photography brings wabi sabi to life, demonstrating the means for creating it anywhere.

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James and Sandra Crowley are recognized experts in the field of Japanese antique furnishings, folk art, and tea wares. A lifelong student of Japanese art and culture, James is a graduate of the University of Utah. Sandra is Asian-American and has spent her adult life reclaiming the culture of her ancestors, along the way, acquiring a vast knowledge and collection of Asian art

James and Sandra Crowley are recognized experts in the field of Japanese antique furnishings, folk art, and tea wares. A lifelong student of Japanese art and culture, James is a graduate of the University of Utah. Sandra is Asian-American and has spent her adult life reclaiming the culture of her ancestors, along the way, acquiring a vast knowledge and collection of Asian art

Joseph Putnam blends art and science for his unique photography style. His work has been used in a wide variety of commercial applications, and has also been published in Los Angeles Times and Time magazine.

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