In the hopes that I may start the New Year with some $$$, I’m starting to list on eBay again. Right now, I’m just relisting prior unsold items and I relisted this 18th Century Japanese Water Color in case someone got some money for Christmas and has decided they just can’t live without this.

A “girl” can always hope. Happy 2017 and visit my listing if for nothing more than a better look. It really is exquisite I just don’t have a frame or a wall for it. ~~dru~~

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SOFT SERENE SILKEN

THE BABY’S WORLD IS GENTLE

LIKE A MOTHER’S KISS

~~dru~~      

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I have a fascination with geisha, not because I ever wanted to be one or had any hankering for the life style but because they were and still are depicted as such beautiful creatures; I just want to enjoy the astounding gracefulness and beauty as depicted in Japanese Art.  Therefore I have several pieces in what I call my “geisha collection”.

I have a wonderful framed exhibition poster of  Kotondo Torii “Morning Hair” from the1982 exhibition at the Riccar Art Museum GEISHAkotondoMORNINGHAIR in Toyko.

I have four figural  wall pockets of geisha; one of which depicts a geisha with a child just like my wood block above.  I cherish both of these because a geisha had to retire if she got married and if she had a child; a girl…

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