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This necklace references the circle form as it appears symbolically in many cultures. The circle is an ancient, universal symbol of unity, wholeness, infinity, the goddess and female power. The Zen circle, when drawn, represents the universe in a single, perfect stroke. The Tibetan wheel of life contains several concentric circles. The spiral is linked to the circle as an ancient symbol of the goddess.
The necklace title refers to the Buddhist philosophy of the connection of all things; I am, however, making a little wordplay since each circle of the necklace is permanently connected to its neighbor.
Real Faux Bone (TM), watercolor paper, oil pastels, handmade paper cloth, thread, acrylic paint, Shiva paint sticks, copper sheet with heat patina, Melaleuca bark, Angelina fiber, brass sheet, wire rivets, micro bolts, embossing powder, PearlEx pigments, copper mesh, alcohol inks, gloss medium