Golden Mean or Divine Ratio is what is written in the Javanese script along the edge of this textile along with the batik makers name as well as Lou Zeldis along with the year. Lou’s playfulness and skilled eye captured design found in shadows, shapes found throughout the world and particularly in Indonesia.
Lou Zeldis took traditional batik and turned it on its head while still using traditional batik artisans and the hand drawn canting technique from Central Java. The work of Threads of Life is to revive the natural dye process that thrived in Java for centuries as we have with natural dyed ikat in the eastern islands of Indonesia.
Enjoy living with this batik in your home – hang it, wear it use as a throw or decorate a table to brighten your life.
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We work directly with over 1,000 women in more than 35 groups on 12 Indonesian islands from Kalimantan to Timor
We empower women’s enterprises and put money directly into women’s hands where it best ensures their households’ welfares.
Our cultural and technical support moves weavers to great pride of ownership, inspiring the extraordinary quality of their work.
Dye plant use perpetuates a sustainable relationship with the land, and helps a community prioritize conservation.