An original drawing made for my 2017 solo show, Mago, at Spoke Art.
Gool-lae (굴레) is one of many traditional headwear children used to wear in cold Korean winters in the past. Mothers or other caregivers stitched and embroidered these all by hand with love and care to protect their children from the cold.
Graphite and colored pencil on paper
Custom matted and framed
9.75" x 12" (24.7 cm x 30.5 cm)
15" x 17" (38 cm x 43.5 cm) framed
Ships flat in a box
(Will be shipped separately if ordered with larger prints that require tube shipping)
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+ INTERNATIONAL ORDERS are temporarily suspended due to postal delays, losses, and COVID restrictions :(
+ Due to current situation (COVID-19), there may be delays in shipping.
+ Please allow 1-2 weeks' production time for the hand-embellished option to ship. (These may not arrive before the holidays)
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(Photo credit : Spoke Art)