Among other found objects — I love to collect rusty washers on my path. These little treasures, to me, feel like sacred offerings and surprise rewards for noticing and presence. In connecting these metaphorical dots, I regard them as reminders of our innate wholeness and to surrender to life’s natural timing and mystery.
May this scarf be an invitation to see the divine in the mundane of your daily experience and to trust the intuitive impulses that give you joy.
“Whatever lifts the corners of your mouth, trust that.” – Rumi
Marina Dempster, currently artist in residence, is a sculptural fibre artist, photographer and mentor. Informed by the patterns and cycles of nature, Marina Dempster’s craft is a transmutation of materials, thoughts and emotions. Loop by loop, bead by bead, she explores human paradoxes: comfort and discomfort, stillness and action, acceptance and change.