Origami Crane Ornaments

I made these origami crane ornaments from beautifully patterned traditional Japanese paper. Each crane is meticulously folded and then strung on embroidery floss with crystal, wood, and glass beads. They are priced  $8.00 or $9.00 each.

From the bottom tips of the tassel to the beaded end of the strand measures about 17″, long enough to tie to a Christmas tree branch, fasten to your car rearview mirror, or anywhere else you might want a bit of color 🙂

I’ve made some available in the Bostree online store, but I have many more at the Bostree Gallery on Wood Road in Sugar Loaf, NY. Click here for hours.

I fold each crane with an intention, a simple prayer, a mantra… May I be at peace within myself and with others. May all people be at peace within themselves and with each other.

Wishing you joyous holidays!
~Terry Boswell

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Colorful Origami Crane Mobiles

A perfect gift for the holidays!

Each of my handmade mobiles is composed of three, meticulously folded, origami cranes strung on embroidery floss and adorned with crystal, wood, and glass beads. The strands measure about 34″ long. I package each one in a clear gift box.  They are priced from $14.00 – $16.00.

I’ve made some available in the Bostree online store, but I have many more at the Bostree Gallery on Wood Road in Sugar Loaf, NY. Click here for hours.

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I fold each crane with an intention, a simple prayer, a mantra… May I be at peace within myself and with others. May all people be at peace within themselves and with each other.

Wishing you blessings and cheer!
~Terry Boswell

 
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Jack O’ Lanterns 2015

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Spooky, shadowed, glowing bright
      a treat to see you in the night
Flickering, glimmering, from within
              Fright Lights!
                   Such a sight
                          ~ ©2015 Terry Boswell

 

My pumpkin carving efforts for 2015! It’s always such a pleasure to make these, light them up, photograph, and enjoy.

Happy Halloween! ~Terry

New offerings…

For one reason or another Andy has been saving these pieces in his studio for a while. Recently he made the decision to make them available at the gallery. He piled them all on ware boards and carried them from the studio, across the lawn, to the gallery. They were covered with a film of clay dust from being on the shelves in the studio.

Here are the undusted gems…

As I clean them off  and put the pots on display, I’ll post more photos.
~Terry