"Pare down to the essence, but don't remove the poetry." This reflection by author Leonard Koren encapsulates wabi-sabi, the Japanese aesthetic concept of the beautifully imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete. Through its asymmetrical array of earthenware forms, Tim Hull's wind chime is a kinetic reflection of wabi-sabi style. The contrasting shapes are made from black stoneware, red stoneware, and white porcelain, all high fired to produce a uniquely tinkling sound when stirred by the breeze. The white porcelain piece features feather and floral motifs with the word serenity as a reminder to seek restorative beauty in our everyday surroundings. With a mildew and UV-resistant polyester hanging cord, the chime is designed for either indoor or outdoor use. Handmade in Arizona, home of the Sedona Zen Center.