As embroidery has always been a form of storytelling, this "Ginkgo Branch in Autumn" tells a story of life and death, sadness and hope, temporary and eternal. By using volume and three-dimensional expression, this piece releases this ancient form of expression from the two-dimensional fabric and offers a new perspective. The artwork demonstrates how the eternal cycle of life can be represented by a snapshot of a single moment in time, and how the stable tree can be portrayed with a single delicate leaf. Just like the tradition of the craft itself is eternal, the single object is fleeting.
Ginkgo Branch in Autumn
Polyester and Silk threads.
Mounted floating in a 50X50 cm white box frame.
Singed on the backside and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
At the moment, available ONLY by a commission