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Roshani Kothari Photography at Teaism LAFAYETTE PARK
Event Date:09 December, 2015
Dreaming of Cuba - Photo Exhibit by Roshani Kothari
Close your eyes and think of Cuba…What types of images does it conjure in your mind? In spite of its isolation or maybe because of it, the forbidden island of Cuba is incredibly diverse and rich in terms of its history, culture, arts and the environment. In spite of their continuing struggle or perhaps because of it, the Cuban people have become stronger and more resourceful. I traveled to Havana, Trinidad, and Viñales. All these places were beautiful! Whether I was walking the street in Havana, horseback riding in Viñales, or listening to live music in Trinidad, everywhere I went I stumbled across beautiful colors and captured these images.
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Roshani Kothari Photography at Teaism DUPONT CIRCLE
Event Date:02 September, 2015
by Roshani Kothari
Join me in this journey not to another country, but to another kingdom--the Plant Kingdom!
Gardening is both rewarding and challenging for me. I am always learning new things. For example, it is so important to continually build and nourish the soil. Gardening is not just about growing plants, but growing the soil. To learn more, check out the film, Symphony of the Soil. Also it is so important to have plants that help to sustain beneficial insects, like bees, to help pollinate crops.
Open-pollinated seeds are vital because they allow people to save seeds. I am appalled at what Monsanto is doing worldwide with their patented seeds and pesticides. They pretend like they are helping farmers, but instead they are wreaking havoc on rural communities worldwide and putting our global food supply in serious jeopardy. To learn more or get involved, check out Seed Savers and Millions Against Monsanto.
I was born in New Delhi, India and grew up in Ahmedabad, Gujarat and later in Houston, Texas. I have traveled to over 30 countries and lived in Thailand, Bolivia, Zimbabwe and El Salvador. My favorite countries are India, Mexico, Ghana, Brazil, Cuba and Turkey. I have lived in DC on and off since 1995.
Musings About Photography
Photography immortalizes the magic of people and places. The flexibility and mobility of the photographic medium lends itself to spontaneous exploration. It helps me to create images from transitory, fleeting moments by freezing them in time. My images may have diverse themes, however, they all have one thing in common–my eye, my way of seeing, and my relationship with people and places.
Some of my images are purely aesthetic, while others are of a documentary nature giving insights into the people and culture of a particular place. Photography allows one to challenge his or her temporary, momentary existence in a two dimensional way. It transforms one’s fleeting existence into “permanent immortality.”
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Teaism pops up at Union Market!
Event Date:11 March, 2014
WE'RE SO EXCITED!!
Teaism is popping up everywhere. Come visit our abbreviated expression at Union Market in northeast DC - we've just opened and already we feel at home, with visits from our fierce & loyal regulars! We're selling loose leaf teas, tea pot & accessories, scone mixes, granola, baked goods, tea by the cup (hot or iced), ginger limeade & cold beverages.
Thanks for your support!
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Paper Collage Exhibit - Nan Goss
Event Date:01 March, 2014
Location: Teaism Penn Quarter, 400 8th Street NW, at the corner of 8th and D Streets, upper level, 202-638-6010. More in the Teaism Tea Shop two doors up. Made of a diverse collection of handmade, embossed and recycled papers, the surfaces are separately altered with a variety of processes: painting, printing, gilding and patina, rust, and wax applications. Nan then assembles and reconstructs them on canvas in beautiful harmonies of color and texture.
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