Dreaming of “Gaia” Dreamcatcher

I am obsessed with the dreamcathers at B. Pila.  I had the opportunity to see them for myself at market this week.  They are stunningly beautiful and individual.  I am also moved by the representation and message behind these special works of art. 

“Gaia” Dreamcatcher


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This handcrafted dreamcatcher was named after the Greek goddess, “Gaia, ” also known as Mother Earth. Call upon this dreamcatcher to awaken your creative nature, your healing abilities, or your potential to nurture and protect. This dreamcatcher is also a symbol of the strong female figures present in our lives, whom we must remember to respect and show gratitude towards. Please note, each dreamcatcher is made by hand with natural materials that can vary slightly from the image shown. Sold with acrylic bracket for wall mounting.


Here are a few from market this week.


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In collaboration with B. Pila Design Studio, Artist and Parsons Graduate Gabriela Noelle instills spirit to otherwise ordinary objects for the home with her series of dreamcatchers. In this symbolic series, Gabriela references history, culture, and nature, repurposing forsaken treasures to create a totem of the potential within.
I wil be back with a Artist Spotlight Series feature tomorrow.  I am off track with a busy week at market.

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