The term Wabi-Sabi is used in the Western world as a way describing harmony with nature and an intuitive feel for life. Simplicity, solitude and serenity are the main features of Wabi. Sabi translates these values into artistic and material qualities.  Sabi objects often carry the power and beauty of incompleteness, ambiguity and impermanence. Japanese art, poetry, architecture and Zen gardens are examples of this way of life

 

 

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Cholla Cactus  skelleton with Swarovski glass  pieces

 

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Shells on the street next to the Pacific Ocean, Shikoku, Japan