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Chunghie Lee

Chunghie Lee Jiyoung Chung (Fiber Wearable) - See their work at: Craftboston, Seaport from April

About the Founder Chunghie Lee   Visual artist Chunghie Lee received her B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees from Hongik University in Seoul and traveled as a Fulbright Exchange Scholar to the Rhode Island...

About the Founder Chunghie Lee Visual artist Chunghie Lee received her B. degrees from Hongik University in Seoul and traveled as a Fulbright Exchange Scholar to the Rhode Island.

Chinese-American Identity Explored through Embroidery: Jessica So Ren Tang

Chunghie Lee, Korean - bojagi art - wall pieces, sculptures, wearable work

Chunghie Lee Korean fiber artist explores Korea’s wrapping cloth tradition bojagi i

Description: Uses Japanese Antique Kimono Ro-Silk and Sha-Silk Fabric.Seams and Moire are part of design.Dimensions: H:22.00 x W:49.00 x D:0.50 Inches

Yoshiko Komatsu, Description: Uses Japanese Antique Kimono Ro-Silk and Sha-Silk Fabric.Seams and Moire are part of design.

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Chunghie Lee at ArtXchange Gallery Korean fiber artist explores Korea& wrapping…

Pojagi

Wrappings of Happiness bk POJAGI Korean Wrapping Cloth Quilting Patchwork Choson

Betsy Giberson http://www.wantoot.com/collections/betsy-giberson?gclid=CNTnmJ-utbsCFWQOOgodJTwAAQ

Betsy Giberson http://www.wantoot.com/collections/betsy-giberson?gclid=CNTnmJ-utbsCFWQOOgodJTwAAQ

Work from Marit Fujiwara's final collection 'Wound'66

Pojagi (Korean patchwork) used in a dress. The patches are held together by a fine overcast seam

Loomfly: Korean patchwork/jogakbo "Each patch and stitch added by the maker was like a prayer of good will that would enfold and carry the gift. Women adapted chogak po for clothing, sometimes combined with quilting, to "wrap" and dress their loved ones. Many surviving patchwork wrapping cloths from the Chosŏn period have never been used, attesting to their preservation as reminders of the affection and blessing of their maker."

Loomfly: Korean patchwork/jogakbo Hanbok made out of traditional Korean patchwork.