'Exaggerated Exposure'
Ink on Rice Paper, Stitched Collage
13 X 14 inches (framed 18 X 18 inches)

$500 USD (this item is framed)
Marianne Hall Stitch Collage Ink on Rice Paper, Stitched Collage
'Changeable Sequence'
Ink on Rice Paper, Stitched Collage
13 X 14 inches (framed 18 X 18 inches)

$500 USD (this item is framed)
Marianne Hall Stitch Collage Ink on Rice Paper, Stitched Collage
'Graceful Passage'
Ink on Rice Paper, Stitched Collage
13 X 14 inches (framed 18 X 18 inches)

$500 USD (this item is framed)
Marianne Hall Stitch Collage Ink on Rice Paper, Stitched Collage
'Resilient Shift'
Ink on Rice Paper, Stitched Collage
13 X 14 inches

SOLD
Marianne Hall Stitch Collage Ink on Rice Paper, Stitched Collage
'Infinite Clearing'
Ink on Rice Paper, Stitched Collage
13 X 14 inches

Current Location: Arc Gallery, San Francisco - Fragments Exhibit
Marianne Hall Stitch Collage Ink on Paper, Stitched Collage
'Unpredictable Flow'
Ink on Paper, Stitched Collage
13 X 14 inches

$350 USD (unframed)

This series is inspired by vintage Japanese dust cloths called Zokins. With woven fabric and paper considered precious in Japan's earlier days, every scrap was given a purpose for re-use. Zokins were traditionally made by stitching together layers of waste cloth or rags. The term 'Boro' is also associated with layering and patchwork mending. The word 'Boro' is sourced from the Japanese word 'boroboro', meaning something that is patched, tattered or shabby.