Miniature, tourmalines, white agate, blue topaz and micromosaics of seedpearls.
Title: Chinese Ipomea and grasses
The Chinese campanula twists into the poems ideograms, constructed in such a way as to continue the image, similarly to a floral arrangement by a Master of ikebana.
Poppies in the breeze are portrayed here. According to Japanese culture, flowers are living beings which have their own soul and which speak to us through the medium of the poetry of shape and colour. The Master expressed them through the grace of a transversal layout on the small thin sheet. The red of the corolla is in contrast with the clear azure of the sky, which ends in the white brightness of the afternoon. It is also in contrast with the green of the leaves and the thalamus of a once living flower. The meaning of the red poppy in Japanese flower language is fun and love.