Before Sparrow and the Pheasant Knight could enter the Chrysanthemum Palace, they had to speak with the king’s most trusted advisor first. Crane was valued for her unclouded judgement, her intellect, and her ability to discern truth from falsehood, though many in the court felt she was unemotional and guarded. The king knew better than to believe rumors of her cold-heartedness; the handmaidens reported to him every time she was found at her weaving loom, having cried herself to sleep for the husband she left behind. She was capable of immense love and great sacrifice, so much so that she had to remain impartial for fear of losing herself as she had done before.
Alternate title: The Queen of Swords
Addi Miyako is based in the beautiful Bay Area in Northern California. She draws inspiration from nature, Japanese folklore, and the feminine.
When not creating art, she enjoys singing, traveling, and trying new foods.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.