Hathor Barika, common name Electric Moss Jelly. The name is inspired by the numerous hikes in the Pacific Northwest.
Ranging in sizes 2in to 4in in diameter, their most distinct feature are their tentacles. They have simple but flamboyant tentacles that look like bell-bottoms, and with those, they envelope the plankton that they feed on. Their color becomes more and more electric green as the mosses in the woods get more and more electric green. It is still a mystery how they know to correspond the colors to the mosses in the woods.
Fabric Jellyfish carefully and delicately handmade with heat-manipulated organza.
The bell(or hood) of the jellyfish is created with bright electric green heat-manipulated organza.
The tentacles are created with white/ivory shimmery hand-cut and heat-manipulated organza.
Around 2" in diameter (bell); around 3.5" in tentacle length.
Each jellyfish is attached with 4ft long lightweight monofilament for easy installation, and comes in Sayuri's World gift box. (See last photo)
Handmade with love and care by Sayuri.
Intended to be hung in mid-air in a natural light abundant setting with some subtle air movement.
*IMPORTANT NOTE: As each jellyfish is handmade no two will be alike, so your piece will not look exactly like the one photographed but it will be very similar. This is also the intention of the artist to create an organic and expressionistic interpretation of nature through her eyes.
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By migrating a jellyfish to your own space, you will become a part of Sayuri's URBAN AQUARIUM
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For a complete line-up of the jellies that currently reside in Sayuri's World, click here.
*All images + graphics by The Weaver House