Have you ever looked down at a patch of pebbles and thought that any of them were out of place? Each pebble is neither in its right place or not not in its right place; each pebble is perfectly positioned wherever it happens to be. Under this light, the Pebble wave collection attempts to convey the Zen notion of Japanese aesthetic theory known as, Wabi-sabi, a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. This collection is also an ode to a sentiment well expressed by songwriter, Robert Hunter,
Once in a while You get shown the light In the strangest of places If you look at it right.