Swallows in Blue Wash Original Artwork by Deborah Mckellar of Talking Textiles
This Original Singapore Artwork ‘Swallows in Blue Wash’ by Deborah Mckellar of Talking Textiles is a visualisation of spring.
In Chinese culture, swallows bring happiness and good fortune; a blessing to the new year.
Cherry blossoms and magpies adorn the Chinese paper cut-out motif. The flowers are a symbolic flower of the season, a time of renewal, and the fleeting nature of life. While the magpies are a token of joy, love, and lasting fortune.
Finally, Chinese silk cut-out enhances the message of auspicious fortune. Dragons are woven in red, and gold; colours that signify positive blessings of luck and prosperity.
If you love art and want to take a little piece of Singapore wherever you go, this is the perfect Singapore souvenir to enhance your design scheme.
- Framed Size: 50cm x 50cm
Medium: Acrylic Painting, Silkscreen Printing, Silk Applique, Crochet & Stitch-work on Linen Canvas