Zoe Bios Creative Wabi Sabi Cobalt Artwork

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ZBC House Design Wabi Sabi Ink in Cobalt is a part of a series, where rich blues wander and bleed to expose delicate inconsistencies of the paintbrush, finished with a simple line of copper leaf kintsugi.

  • Dimensions: 23" x 23"
  • Color: Blue
  • Material: 675 Walnut
  • Style: Avant Garde
  • Made in the U.S.A; made to order - 4-6 weeks' lead time

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Type: Wall Art

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Artwork is beautiful. Colors are gorgeous. But the only minus is in the name, Wabi Sabi. It’s Japanese and being Japanese I have to ask you to correct it’s usage as it’s not accurately being used. In hopes the Wabi Sabi reference will be removed from title of artwork. Graciously, thank you.

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