Year of the Ox
Title: Year of the Ox
Medium: Magazine print collage (all images are from the 1920s)
Dimensions: 3 1/2 in x 7 7/8 in
Artist: Rachel O'Donnell
Bio: Rachel O'Donnell is a fine artist based out of Los Angeles, CA. With a BFA from Pratt Institute, she has shown her work at the La Luz de Jesus gallery, the Chinese American Museum in Los Angeles and online for Christie's. Her artwork weaves together classical art influences, old Hollywood, horror and dissects the intersections of culture and power.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL SALES ARE FINAL. RED ENVELOPES WILL BE SHIPPED DIRECTLY FROM THE ARTISTS. IF MULTIPLE RED ENVELOPES ARE PURCHASED FROM DIFFERENT ARTISTS, THEY WILL BE SHIPPED INDIVIDUALLY.
Grumpy Bert's Red Envelope Show - Year of the Ox
Thank you for checking out our annual Red Envelope Show. Exchanging red envelopes is a beloved custom in many Asian and Asian American communities. The envelopes symbolize a wish for prosperity by way of their signature lucky red color and auspicious imagery. From whimsical to elegant, red envelopes often bear designs that represent good fortune and are given out on special occasions such as the Lunar New Year. Our annual show features artists and illustrators local and afar. Most of the Red Envelopes also include a gift from the artists too!