Enso, a Japanese word for circle’ or circular form, is a symbol in Zen Buddhism. It's traditionally made in one continuous brushstroke and in one breath. It's considered to be an outward expression of the artist's inner state.
Last summer I started a meditative land art practice inspired by the Enso. Every morning, for 100 days, I created a circle from natural materials. I called the practice 100 Ways To Make A Circle. You can see some of the circles on Instagram #100waystomakeacircle
From this land art practice I was inspired to start carving one wooden circle a week from a Caragana branch. Each pendant is unique and slight variations from the pictures can be expected. The Enso pendant comes with an adjustable brown leather cord.