American Indian artist, Kenneth Banks explains that he first found out about
Dream Windows when he was about 10 years old. He came home from school one day feeling
embarrassed. When his Grandmother asked him what was wrong, he explained that his
teacher had told him that he was lazy and would never amount to anything if he didn't
stop daydreaming. Ken's grandmother told him that his teacher was wrong. She explained
that daydreaming was actually very good for a person because it helped them to relax
and become creative. She went on to say that sometimes the brain gets very busy and
needs to rest and daydreaming is a way to do that. If the brain is always busy that
person will get sick. She said that she would show him how to make a Dream Window
and it would remind him of the importance of daydreaming. Then she finished and told
Ken to look into the design and after a while his mind would began to wander off
into the world of daydreams. The circular design lays atop a bed of feathers and
framed in a black wood frame. The Dream Window comes complete and ready to be hung
on the wall. Outside frame dimensions are 7" (17.7cm) wide X 9" (22.86) tall.
Each design is in a limited edition of 2500.
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