Whirling Dervishes, Turkey

“ Make me sweet again Fragrant, fresh, wild And thankful for any small event Rumi

Dervish. . “We come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust” ~ Rumi

Dervish ~ “We come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust” ~ Rumi

The Whirling Dervish

Beautiful work by Salman Khattak. The paper in this case is stained with coffee. The dervish is made out of the word ‘Al Tawafuq’ which means ‘coincidences’.

Sufi Dervishes Hand Made Ceramic Trivet / Hot Plate / by Turqu50, $10.00

Sufi Dervishes Hand Made Ceramic Trivet / Hot Plate / Ceramic Tile / Lead Free…

Roomey

Submit to a daily practice. Your loyalty to that is a ring on the door. Keep knocking, and the joy inside will eventually open a window and look out to see who’s there.

The three-piece ceramic titled Dervish, shown above, captures the essence of what we associate with images of the ‘whirling dervish’ and combines both culture and spirituality. The viewer is engaged through the artist’s use of shape, colour and texture. -     Idil is a recent graduate in Fine Arts from CoFa at the University of New South Wales. - Idil Abdullahi, "Dervish" Ceramic Vessels

The three-piece ceramic titled Dervish, shown above, captures the essence of what we associate with images of the ‘whirling dervish’ and combines both culture and spirituality. The viewer is engaged through the artist’s use of shape, colour and texture. - Idil is a recent graduate in Fine Arts from CoFa at the University of New South Wales. - Idil Abdullahi, "Dervish" Ceramic Vessels

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