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Water Cycle

Cassie McGettigan
Spring Summer 2016

Our new print 'Water Cycle' was inspired by Japanese screen paintings of the Edo period. It is a 4-sided tessellation that depicts the flow of water from the sky, through the landscape to the sea, and back again through evaporation and respiration. We humans, of course, are part of this interconnected cycle and wholly dependent on its continuation for our survival. 

We humans in California want that flow back; we need that flow. What else can we do to get back on track? We can dance for rain, why not? Please dance and sweat in one of our joyful Water Cycle schmattas 'til you just can't stand the stink. Then please wash it responsibly in a full load with a high efficiency washer, and dance some more. Make it rain!