Creative, productive, protective and destructive: an ornate language of gesture and color speaking to the four arms of Kali.
Hand-cast bronze, natural-dyed silk. Measures 3” across. Subtle shifts in color are part of the natural dye process.
Available in Logwood Blue (left) and Madder Blush (right)
Takara is a meditative process exploring sculptural design and primitive form. Each piece is designed to contain and capture narrative within it's shape. The artist behind Takara is Jen Goff, a West Coast native currently residing in Inverness, CA. Her travels have led her all across the world, where she has worked on farms and gardens, shot rolls of film, bypassed fancy education, studied medicinal herbs, walked hundreds of miles, sat silent in meditation and finally settled down to make jewelry. Jen's working process is intuitive and expresses a desire to connect beauty with everyday life through objects of personal adornment.