Inner peace

This is a story about searching for inner peace.

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What are thoughts? …

“…Initially, porcelain petals were created without any specific or intended purpose, 

almost unconsciously formed by my fingers from the remnants of clay 

from other works. As weeks passed by modeling of the petals become ever

more subtle, it required more and more attention and cautions to form

them. During the monotonous, almost meditative work, the petals become 

more arranged and “calmed” at the same time organized my thoughts.

It seemed as if they have materialized themselves by forming white, delicate 

discs…” she said…

…She started this project three years ago and she intend to continue it as long 

as it is possible. She estimated that until today, in the course of hundreds of 

hours of work, she has created over 25 thousand porcelain petals. Gallery

visitors, where the work is presented, may in same sense physically touch

and play with them, bringing out the specific sound!…

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