A look into Kay Sekimachi's world evokes a sense of harmony and calmness. Maybe because the fiber artist uses objects washed up on the shorelines of Hawaii during her vacations. Her pieces reflect the objects origins, but she has created jewelry and sculptures that have the perfect balance of hard and soft. I'm in love with the placement and display of her bits and pieces of bones, feathers, and seashells. The art work that hangs above her work table pays homage to my favorite artists, Paul Klee and Agnes Martin. The sepia tones throughout and the subtly worn woods all combined, create a wonderful exhibit of whimsy and comfort. Read more about Kay and her craft here.