I Ching Squares With Pointers
Based on "I Ching, Book of Changes"
The book attempts to encompass "All that happens in Heaven and on Earth".
Text from 3,000 years ago has a systems view I need today.
One Poster of 64 Images from I Ching (Book of Changes)
22" x 36" poster. Click on "more info" and allow your mouse to roll over and view larger images. A laserprint of Joan's original gouache on paper. Fourty-eight years of influence by this book, Joan interpreted the "Image" section of each hexagram. See slideshow of some individually here. Shipped in a mailing tube for $10 (multiple prints in one tube, also $10).
Individual hexagrams can be purchased for printing on request. Ask about Joan's way of doing readings using this book, no charge.
One Framed I Ching Image
10" x 10" includes frame
There are 64, not all photographed. Contact me about which you want and order by using the one item code IC-00. Visit the studio if you can.
I'm thinking of these as (I Ching for dummies) because words beneath each are one-of-a-kind, written in ink -- not quotes but my extraction of essence, my interpretation of how image relates to text in the book.. Each image is a laser print on archival paper from photos of my original gouaches inspired by "Image" section in each hexagram.
I Ching Images: Monastic Colors
On 16 mm silk twill size 70" x 20", these images are interpretations of each 'Image' section of the I Ching's 64 hexagrams. It can be a hanging or a wearable piece.
Paula Underwood Spencer, a native American writer, once said to me, "Ms. Pearl, we only need three outfits -- one to wash, one to wear, and one for ceremonies." Wearing the scarves I've had made remind me that ceremony is an awareness shift. I often wear them hidden under hoodies or visibly draped and fastened with a knot or a pin. Never the same twice.
Find years of uploaded videos on YouTube by searching "Eileen Fisher tie scarves".
Book of Changes: Images on Backdrop of Particulates in Motion
On 16 milimeter silk satin, 64 images interpreted by Joan from translated text generated by a civilization from 2,500 to 3,000 years ago, on a backdrop of wind and carbon monoxide chemistry in motion on a winter day in the northern hemisphere. If you want to explore the maps of wind, weather, ocean, and pollution conditions, as forecast by supercomputers, on an interactive animated map that's updated every three hours, go to Earth NullSchool.
Wearing this is 'a trip'. Its colors interact well with almost everything and the way it's wrapped gives options for composing content and colors.