Etsuko Ichikawa – art within art – stunning

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8 Responses to Etsuko Ichikawa – art within art – stunning

  1. wow +thank you+ yes!

    • rachvb says:

      beautiful isn’t it?! I’m taking a “break” but had to share this. The way she moves with the glass – it takes on this strange ghost like body. And then sweeping with fire. It’s just to coolest damn thing I’ve seen in a long time.
      xo

  2. Alchemical, magical, lyrical, haunting. . . poetry in motion. Thank you so much for sharing this with us, RachvB (and happy to see you back within the week. You’re essential to our group, dear Rach. Integral ; ).) Much love xo

    • rachvb says:

      Dear Claire,
      I had to put this somewhere. It was too cool. The way they move with each other. Alchemical is right. I’m glad you found the words, I was just smiling watching it.
      I’m feeling better, thank you. Am not fully back, yet, but am getting there. This certainly helps.
      xoxo … xo

  3. Dear Rach, I think there are many of us moving between melody and malady these days. . . this gives us a safety net and, with that, permission/freedom to rise and fall, weep and laugh, drift and return. Take care. You’re there, we’re here, you’re here, we’re there. . . As Marylinn says ‘It is – we are – all one water.’ L, C xo

    • rachvb says:

      It’s a beautiful web we have created. Our pet spider has so many holes in hers, but she’s getting bigger and I think it’s getting stronger as she grows along with it. And even at night when she crawls into her corner to sleep, there’s still a space in the center where she sits during the day. Her space that she’s made to fit exactly her.
      And I wouldn’t have seen it again as I did now without you and everyone else here. So thank you. Drift or rise or fall or wherever – thanks.
      xo

  4. Lindsey says:

    God, I always feel so … narrow … when I post on your blog because everyone else is so thoughtful and their words have so much meaning. Damn. I’ll have to think of something really poetic to say for next time. For now, I’ll just say A.) I miss my daily-dose of RVB Blog and B.) you should check out the Corning Glass Museum while you’re still in the northeast. It’s amazing and they have live demonstrations AND you can take classes where you make your own stuff. About 1 1/2 north of Binghamton. Make sure to piss on the sign at Endicott when you drive through. On second thought, perhaps Pat can do the pissing. You just curse under your breath at it for me, heyna? ;( Love you.

    • rachvb says:

      Oh, LindseyPants, I love when you comment. you’re thoughtful, too, and you make me laugh.
      I’m glad you miss me. I’m shameless. Miss me mucho.
      If I ever do decide to enter into hell again, I will pass through the lovely city of Corning for the glass museum. I do love watching people spin glass.
      I’ll make sure Pat pisses on the sign and maybe I’ll pee in a cup and throw the cup at it.
      Love you, Peanut Jones

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