Soujun means "early spring." This kimono celebrates the blossoms that announce the early spring.
Soujun means "early spring" and is a marquetry art piece. It is part of Natasha's Kimonos² collection.
The background is walnut. The kimono is made from bleached birds' eye maple. To make the flowers, Natasha used dyed maple. The branches are cherrywood with walnut leaves.
These pieces can be displayed in series - as a triptych, for example - or as Natasha displays them: individually, mounted on easels.
Mounting hardware can be installed upon request.
- Dyed Maple
6" x 6" x 1"