Kin Silk Art 75088

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Framed Size: 32x41 inch

King Silk Art offers a "lay-a-way" payment service. Just send us a small deposit and then our artists will start working for you to create a one-of-kind silk embroidery artwork for you and your family! Call us now at 866-775-1118, send an email to Forest at or click here and send us your contact details and questions. We would like to help as soon as possible.

King Silk Art will provide a formal Certificate of Authenticity for each Master Quality, Museum Quality and Grand Master Quality artwork purchased from us. The certificate will prove value for insurance and is a guarantee of the art quality. 

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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.

 John Dailey discusses stiching techniques.



Stitching Gustav Klimt Artwork.


Our lovely young lady contemplating life under her leafy umbrellas has enormous expression and character. This silk artwork is a stylized expression of both a visual and textural mood, exquisitely rendered with a vivid yet subdued palette of color in pure silk. The expert craftsmanship of our silk artists is evident in this gorgeous portrait, using only 1/16 of a single strand of silk thread with tight parallel stitches to create definition. Random stitches build color and texture with more than 10 layers of individual stitches. Our Susho? is an example of a popular movement in Chinese contemporary art. Certain modern Chinese artists study and employ Western artistic styles and techniques such as realism and impressionism, but paint traditional Chinese subjects and themes. This exquisite portrait is a fantastic meld of the ancient techniques employed by our silk artists and our ability to adapt those techniques to modern themes.