Linda Halfpop

Just the other day I was reading an article about Kintsugi, a Japanese art. The writer told of how shattered pieces of pottery were carefully reunited into a whole using a costly lacquer containing powdered gold, silver and platinum. Transformation is the result. Common pieces of pottery are transformed into unique pieces whose value skyrockets past what they were formerly worth. 

I researched this art and saw these beautifully transformed pieces, they looked priceless and absolutely stunning, not one was alike.

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