Debbi is a artist of prolific proportions. But it is her passion for the mediums she has chosen that delight viewers around the world. From her GU style embroidered paintings on silk to the jumbo folding albums that unfold into 70 continuous story paintings or the rarer Horizontal hand scrolls that again usually tell story.
But whatever the medium she has become a much sought after international artist with incredible passion and energy for her art. The song tradition of embroidery is a realistic manner imitating painting and it continued to impact embroidery perfectly illustrates the Song techniques and fine arts of later years. The "Gu" Style known for delicate stitches and rendering of painterly images began in Shanghai during the late Ming dynasty. Pioneered by the "Gu" school, it sought to achieve a high degree of artistic realism and quickly spread to nearby East Asian countries. In 1/2 x 7 inches.
Short time, this "Gu" style spread across East Asia where Korean and Japanese embroiderers began working with professional painters using their Master designs. This style is a skillful combination of painting and Embroidery. Elephant - Woman in Wood.
OOAK Hand carved by debbi Saccomanno chan from a wood Burl. Can you see the Elephant in the wood holding. 54 inches in length and 18 inches wide.
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