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Macrame Bracelet Making

Macrame Bracelet Making

Join Jessie in learning the art of using ancient macrame knots first established by arab weavers to make a bracelet.  Enjoy the feeling of grounding through the creation of patterns, working with colours and your hands to create something tangible. 

 

Following the immigration of her grandparents from Gujarat, India in the 1950s, Jessie Kanji was born in Wellington, Aotearoa. She creates abstract forms from inspiration she channels from mother nature, her studies in physiology and journey on the road from Cape Reinga to Bluff.  Studying the interconnectedness of life through exploring the interplay of physiological processes, Jessie plays with the elements of connection, movement, space and colour. Her artwork expresses the dance of life processes through mother nature as reflected in the human form. Jessie finds grounding through the creation of patterns, advocating for the healing power of art in all its forms and the meaning it can bring to all shades of humanity. 

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