Colour energy can be the catalyst for the healing process and encourages normal and healthy workings of the body. The use of colour as a therapy is a truly holistic, non-invasive and powerful therapy which dates back thousands of years. One of the most popular ways of applying colour directly to the body, is to use coloured silks. Fashion and healing all in one! Get Wrapped Up In Love for all the right reasons.
Each colourful hand painted silk scarf is unique and is a true piece of wearable art. It makes a sophisticated accessory for casual or business outfits, as well as a perfect gift for any occasion. These scarves are so feminine and will add a touch of artistic elegance to any outfit, any season. The 100% silk Habotai scarf with machine stitched hems has a soft, silky feel and is beautifully sheer. The dyes are non-toxic and have been steam set for permanence. The rich colours blend with the fabric, giving the silk soft and luxurious look and feel. These can be hand washed in cool water.
ONE OF A KIND, HAND PAINTED SILK HEALING SCARVES
Color can be used to help heal. Whether it be in the silk scarves I create or the paintings hung in a home. Blue creates the feeling of peace and serenity. Yellow carries the same association with the healing qualities of the sun. It can create happiness and cheerfulness, offers warmth, optimism and light. Green is considered one of the most healing among all the colors because it resembles natures trees and grass.
The satisfaction for me is visually seeing a customers mood change immediately when they wrap themselves in one of my scarves. I know then that using my color therapy principles combined with my intuition did its magic. It always does, I simply need to trust. In my paintings, the satisfaction comes when a viewer connects to the story behind the painting without knowing the intention yet it helps heal them through that connection.
Painting on silk is about the flow and movement of color, light and form. Silk reflects light like no other fabric. The process of painting on silk itself can be especially mesmerizing. I never know exactly how the silk will turn out or where it will go. I love this unexpected and uncontrollable aspect of the work. It's the magic of the unplanned.
What better way to feed your soul than to WRAP yourself in LOVE with one of these creations.