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This Print is part of my Sisterhood Series. I created this series as a tribute to my sisters, girlfriends and to women all over the world.

Story:

Lantern Festival

This is a festival I remember as a child when I was living in Asia. It happens when the moon is full around the Autumn equinox, to celebrate abundance and togetherness. Everyone hangs colorful lanterns, and it was a very special occasion for me because I got to pick my own lantern. The traditional food is the ‘mooncake’, a delicious pastry made from lotus beans. After the evening meal, my sisters and I would go for a walk with the neighborhood kids to admire all the beautiful glowing lanterns.

Print Size:

The image is 8" x 8" in size printed on 8 ½” x 11” archival paper.

Print Info:

This print is an open edition reproduction of an original painting done by myself, Ting Yuen. The image is 8" x 8" in size printed on 8 1/2" x 11" archival paper printed on an epson 4000 pro pigment print printer, using archival quality pigment inks. If framed behind glass it has a life span of over 100 years. I have taken much precaution to ensure that my prints are as close to the true colors of my original paintings by using a professional photographer. I’m delighted with the results and I am sure you will be too. (please keep in mind that every computer displays colors differently).
All prints are titled and shipped in a transparent protective sleeve with stiff backings on the front and back. Stories of the images accompany each print.

The Lantern Festival (Archival Print 8 x 8), Sisterhood Series

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