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    While poring through books on the Japanese tea ceremony, Anna was entranced by the garden’s wabi sabi stepping stones, nested among green tea-col… Read More
    While poring through books on the Japanese tea ceremony, Anna was entranced by the garden’s wabi sabi stepping stones, nested among green tea-colored grass. This inviting path is brightened with crimson and espresso accents. Read Less
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Kyoto Pathway

Unlike most pattern artists who work in ink, paint, watercolor, or computer graphics, Anna works exclusively in paper. Wielding her X-acto knife as a pen, she cuts motifs repeatedly into richly colored, textured paper. She glues additional paper layers, designing and cutting as she goes.  The process lets Anna infuse each piece with great detail, dimension, and texture.

As a bonus, the shapes left behind on her cutting mat give Anna instant fodder for new designs.  We like to think of it as “recycling by design."