King Silk Art Landscape Fishermen in Water Town 77110

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Framed Size: 26x31 inch

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 This is not a painting! This is not tapestry! King Silk Art creates 100% hand-stitched silk embroidery artwork. A talented silk embroidery artist spent nearly a year stitching this gorgeous wall art. This embroidery is a completely natural form of art. No glues, paint or machinery, just silk, vegetable dyes and a needle.This unique style of silk embroidery artwork was created in Suzhou, China nearly 2200 year ago to meet the needs of the royal families. Compared to prints and paintings, silk artwork has a nearly 3D look. And silk artwork is more valuable, as it is handmade, each piece is one of a kind. 


 Suzhou Silk Art Creation Process  

Forest's 21st Century Silk Road 

Many years ago in Suzhou and currently in the surrounding areas, many water country people spend their entire lives on boats. They travel through towns and trade basic survival goods. This is a typical scene in a Southeastern Chinese water town. The water canals are narrow with houses built on top of the banks. This Silk Art recreates a typical water scene in the water reflection is especially emphasized. In this Susho?, nothing is prominent than the twisted ripples and reflections of the water, giving the piece a tranquil and modern look. In water country, black tent boats are houses as well as fishing boats. People use these boats to do virtually everything; life is quite productive and mobile. Fishing and trading is ubiquitous as water canals and rivers connect many towns. Many children are born on these boats, so they are familiar with living at home on the water, usually mastering the technique of controlling these boats at very early ages. Black-tent boats, stone arch bridges and water shore houses are three of the most depicted structures in water country artwork.