Dancing on the Wind poster by Alice Chen. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
These are a kind of children's toy called a bamboo dragonfly. You rub the stick between your hands and the 'wings' spin, carrying it up into the air.... more
These are a kind of children's toy called a bamboo dragonfly. You rub the stick between your hands and the 'wings' spin, carrying it up into the air. I used to have some when I was a kid. I wasn't very good with them, but I always thought they were cool. Simple but fun. I miss that kind of simplicity.
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About Alice Chen
I am legally blind and love to draw. How does that work? Well, usually I draw with the assistance of an extremely powerful electronic magnifier simply known as a CCTV and work on a piece of the picture at a time. Then, of course, there is the beauty of computer graphics programs where images can be enlarged. I still don't know if what I see is exactly what other people see when they look at my art--I've had someone tell me she liked how so and so part of a picture was green and I was standing there going 'What? Green? Where?'--but then again, I'm not sure it's possible for anyone to see exactly what another does. That is, after all, one thing that makes the world amazing.
Being legally blind means most of my work comes out of my...