Temari

Temari is the traditional Japanese art of decorating spheres by winding and lacing colored threads in intricate patterns around a core ball. These Temari were made by master folk artist Kazuko Law and her daughter Chieri Esposito. They were photographed in 1985 in Gulf Breeze, Florida.

Temari made by Chieri Esposito and Kazuko Law: Gulf Breeze, Florida (April 1985)

Temari made by Chieri Esposito and Kazuko Law: Gulf Breeze, Florida (April 1985)

Temari made by Chieri Esposito and Kazuko Law: Gulf Breeze, Florida (April 1985)

Temari made by Chieri Esposito and Kazuko Law: Gulf Breeze, Florida (April 1985)

Temari made by Chieri Esposito and Kazuko Law: Gulf Breeze, Florida (April 1985)

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