As an Taiwanese American in America there’s an image of Asians as the perpetual foreigner. “Where are you from?” is a question I get asked at least once a week from strangers. As a mother of two little ones, I do not want my kids to have the same experience. But, how do I help that? The little girl in the painting pretends to be a superhero. She is powerful. While I am wearing a traditional Chinese dress. Can I still teach her Asian cultural identity in a country where people ask us where we are from? Our eyes are closed, but hopeful. What are her dreams for herself? What are my dreams for her, for us, and for us?
Two options. Original or Print.
12"X16" Giclee Print
Information about prints
These are 12X16 in. digital prints on acid-free fine art paper and signed by the artist. They are inkjet printed with archival quality ink. Watermark will not be on the print.
I painted the original with oil painting.
What are giclee prints?
Giclee print is the type of ink and printer used. Giclees prints are printed using pigment-based inks, while inkjet printer uses dye-based inks. Dye based ink color change over time and may fade.
*These are not mounted on matboard but they are ready to frame.
Product is shipped flat to prevent warping and creases. Item is shipped with UPS or USPS.
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