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          THE ABUNDANCE OF NATURE

          SYMBOLIZED BY FRUITS

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          Azeris love to talk about the succulent tastes of fruits and vegetables grown in the region. My grandfather would proudly speak of his ‘natural’ and free from pesticides harvest, when the concept of organic crops was not even on the radar. 

          Together with my cousins and brother we would pick pears off of trees and shake the, ‘tut' tree onto a white sheet to collect its berries. Leftover fruits were turned into homemade jams by my grandmother. Drawing from these fond memories of bright colors and shiny fruits in red, green and yellow,

           I focused on intricate line properties of each fruit and leaf, placing them in various corners of the silk scarf panels.

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