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Year of the Dragon

The dragon in Chinese is an animal or creature of good fortune and protection.  For the new year it is said to be the luckiest of the Chinese years. This believe holds true in Buddhist tradition as well. See Tibetan dragon . Interesting to note the dragon controls weather and

Kimonos and Corsets II

The second set of photos by David Miller was with Lachein.

Kimonos and Corsets

This December I went to Seattle to participate in my last photo shoot of the year.  David Miller was the man behind the camera.  His work has an alternative flair with an original artistic touch.  I have two sets to share right now and more to come.  First is Lanna……….

Winter Solstice

The wheel of the year keeps on turning and the sun is now at its lowest point in the horizon.  Traditionally this time of year the Holly and the Oak kings trade positions.  Although it is the shortest day of the year and therefore the darkest the Oak king promises

Psyche – Fashion Show

This last weekend Branch and Birdie hosted a fashion show for my new collection “Psyche”.  After the show we walked over to R.A.W. Textiles and celebrated the collection launch and mine and Daniel Medina’s Birthday.  I have these pictures to share…… Thank you Pastry Girl, Daniel Medina ( makeup) ,

Psyche

I am please to announce that the new Collection for 2012 is up on the R.A.W. Textiles site.  This marks the 4th collection and my love for butterflies. This year you will find more loungewear with yards of silk chiffon.

Fashion show

Hot off the press………..

Psyche

My new collection is finished finally and now I await the editing and updating before I can show the world. This year I was inspired by butterflies for the beautiful colors and patterns they have.  I realize as well the other metaphors that are attached to them such as a

Wheel of the Year

The year is turning from light to dark and the veil is thin.  It is time to honor the dead and look to the future.   Samhain is the seam between one year (light) and the next (dark) which stops linear time as we know it.  Carry your torch or

Summer time fun

Earlier this summer I met a photographer, David Miller who invited me to come to Sauvie Island for a shoot. We had a lot of fun running from the mosquitoes and talking to the locals. I had to wait to release the photos as they were going in a magazine. 

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