Fish nets on kimono, print, signed
Due to the length of the sleeves, this is called a kasode, I took patterns and ideas from old gowns, paintings, and artists pattern books that do not have color so the client could choose the color wished. After deleting, or combining parts of the gowns, I painted them in a fairly traditional manner on a cotton rag board..
The garmets were hand sewn so they could be taken apart to wash, and then reassembled. When reassembling, worn parts were replaced. The inspiration of this familiar pattern were real nets made out of bamboo which bends easily when green, and tied together for a larger net.
There is the set of 8 robes for $65 which are 7 x 9. One collector used stand up plexi photo stands, and just slipped them in- using 4 at a time. No mats. They were attractive. I can mount in a 11x14 white print mat if ordered on my shop
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