By Sharon Jue
12.5 x 9 inches
Edition 1/17, edition varie
Value $217 (unframed)
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About this print:
Superstitions played a big part in my connection to my Chinese heritage. I was taught that the number 4 was bad as it is associated with “death” and that eight is the luckiest number. Being a nervous flyer, I always sit in an airplane seat that ends in an "8." This print has been run through a Vandercook Press eight times and culminates my obsession with the number 8. - Sharon Jue
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