“The Moon Glimmers” by Lauren Iida
“The Moon Glimmers” is from Iida’s “100 Aspects of the Moon” series, inspired by Japanese woodblock artist Yoshitoshi’s 1890s series by the same name. All 100 images in this series contain the moon in some way, symbolizing the common thread of humanity through time, distance, and culture. Much of Lauren Iida’s work is influenced by Cambodia where she has lived for many years working on various non-profit and social entrepreneurship projects. Other major influences include her family’s Japanese American heritage, their incarceration during WWII, and her Pacific Northwest home.
Created with hand-cut paper, sumi ink, and acrylic, this handmade artwork measures 5.25 x 3.5 in., with a frame size of 7.25 x 9.25 in. We are happy to offer complimentary no-contact delivery within the Seattle area!
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