Drum Concert Fine Arts Photographic Print Silk Wrap
Elegant, versatile and beautifully geometric, this large, rectangular silk wrap looks great as a head wrap, hood, shawl, sarong, skirt, and also as a functional artistic statement in home decor.
THE STORY The subject of this piece is a piece being played by drums and violins at a taiko concert in Portland's Washington Park, and the story of the musical composition is told from left to right.
People ask why this piece is included in the collection. That is because it is was the very first piece Deborah printed on silk. You can read more about that here: http://www.deborahbergman.com/blog-about/turbanturbine
Drum concert has a small, white first edition DBD logo in the upper left hand corner as shown in the fine arts image (second) image.
MATERIAL OPTIONS 12 MM CREPE DE CHINE: substantial yet translucent with beautiful drape, depth, and subtle shine. Great year round.
COLOR ANDESITE MONOCHROME: a graduated palette of blacks, grays, and sparkling whites and creams.
CRAFTSMANSHIP All DBD silk scarves and wraps are individually artisan printed on a photographic printer and hand-hemmed in the USA. Creatively conceived and executed in the mists of Western Oregon and produced in the California wildfire zone, they bear not only beauty and versatility but also a message of regeneration. Each one is unique and slight individual variations are normal.
Hand wash or spot clean with gentle soap (we like SDH Fine Fabric Wash). These pieces also appreciate having a couple of tablespoons of sea salt added to the rinse water. Iron or steam as desired. Please do not rub fibers when wet, because (like people) in this condition they tend to be vulnerable.
AVAILABILITY AND SHIPPING Options in stock are shipped immediately. Out of stock/pre-order options are printed to order and currently ship within 2.5 to 4 weeks depending on the details.
Each scarf comes in a black photographic proof box to protect it from dust and light. The box also contains a small, printed paper replica of the piece with Deborah's signature, date, and edition number on the back.