Head into the mystic with this aura scarf by visual artist Michelle Blade. Based on colors and textures found in aura photography, the scarf represents the field of energy that is said to emanate from all living things. Printed on 100% silk, it is also 100% accurate because it allows its wearer to channel the colors of their choice. Choose red for vitality and courageousness, green for healing, yellow for inspiration and optimism, or indigo to connect to your higher vibrations.
36 x 36 inches. Includes booklet with color guide and fold-out poster. Made in San Francisco by The Thing Quarterly.
Michelle Blade's work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at Jack Hanley Gallery, SF; Roberts & Tilton, LA; Bravin Lee Gallery, NYC; Western Exhibitions, Chicago; The Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe; Union Gallery, London and V1 Gallery, Copenhagen among others. She has been featured and reviewed on NPR's All Things Considered, within The New York Times Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, as well as 7x7 and Juxtapoz Magazine. She is a 2007 recipient of the Murphy-Cadogan Fellowship, A 2X2 Pro Arts Grant, an Alternative Exposure SOEX Grant, and was a SFMOMA Seca finalist in 2010. Blade is represented by CULT Exhibitions in San Francisco, CA.