Fire Flowers and Birds Silk Scarf

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Soft, lightweight silk scarf featuring birds in flight surrounded by fire flowers. The flowers are inspired by the flowers in California that rise from the ashes after forest fires. The heat, smoke, or charred soil signal the dormant seeds to sprout into flowers. This art is a reflection on resilience, determination, justice, and hope. There's a secret message in the upper right corner that reads "And then the birds told me that there is fire in my heart".

Color description: Kelly Green / Orange / Poppy Red / Pink / Deep Navy. Color appearance may vary between different screens and actual product. I do not offer returns so message me with any color concerns prior to purchasing!

• 100% silk habotai
• Size options: 26x26 or 16x16 inches
• Studio mark in lower right corner
• Machine rolled baby hem
• Designed in San Francisco, made in Montreal Canada

Care: Hand wash in cold water with mild soap. Hang to dry. Steam if needed. Can be dry cleaned. Do not bleach.

Please be aware that my art intentionally includes textural variations and that color appearance will vary between screens and actual products.

All work copyrighted © by Meenal Patel. Copyright does not transfer with the sale of this product and the buyer is not entitled to reproduction rights.

*The shop is currently on break. Orders placed from October 25 - October 29 will ship November 2. We will notify you when it has been sent.*

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About The Process

I love working with both traditional and digital mediums. Either way, all of my art starts out with a very rough and tiny pencil sketch. From there I refine the outlines of the art at the final size until I’m happy with the underdrawing. My favorite parts of the process are playing with color and layering in all the pattern details.

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