Kombukuro 10CB

By Berri Kramer Textiles, Berri Kramer



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Komebukuro is a traditional Japanese drawstring bag used to carry offerings of rice to the temples. This bag is made of silk pieces that have been repurposed from old kimonos, furoshiki, or futon covers. It is lined with cotton Yukata fabric and has a 5" inside pocket.

Fiber/Wearable (vintage Japanese textiles)

7 x 7 x 10 inches

Fiber/Wearable (silk, cotton lining with pocket)

About the artist

Berri Kramer grew up in Lincoln, Massachusetts and was greatly influenced by classes at the DeCordova Museum. She earned a BFA in Design and Crafts from Kent State University in Ohio and a Masters in Fiber Exploration from Lesley University in Boston. Berri learned how to express stories in clay, metal, and color, but most importantly, she observed people making their way in the world as artists. Her art career began as a designer for Better Homes and Gardens and lasted lasted over 20 years. That venture became not only an opportunity to discover new materials and techniques, but one that involved continuous creative problem solving. She founded Heartwood College of Art in Maine, and for the past 25 years she has been its President. Berri also taught Color and Design, Exploration of Crafts, and Service to Humanity at Heartwood. ...Read MoreRead Less

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