No one is  exactly sure old this image is. Some estimate 2000, others 8000 years. It was found in Horseshoe Canyon, Utah and it represents a small detail of this mazing catalogue of our history.

Utah rock art was described in National Geographic magazine as a “wilderness Louvre,” a world-class outdoor art museum. The quality and quantity of Utah’s prehistoric rock art is unmatched anywhere.

Who created the rock art? While it is speculated that a petroglyph in the Moab area and a pictograph in Ferron Canyon, may represent work by Ice Age artists more than 10,000 years ago, the earliest rock art can be more safely attributed to the Archaic Culture of more recent times.

These people were probably responsible for the red-painted, mummy-shaped figures in eastern Utah known as the Barrier Canyon style as well as other (primarily abstract) rock art images found throughout the state.

The “No name – Hi” lives in between McDonald Creek and Book Cliffs near the Colorado-Utah state line.

  • Long Sleeveless Pinafore Linen dress
  • 100% OEKO-TEX® European Linen, 220 gram/sm, Washed
  • Hand Made and Hand Painted
  • Size: S – M (see the attached diagram)
  • Dress Color: Baby Blue
  • Art Color: Terracotta and White
  • Dress weight (by feeling): Medium
  • Has Pockets!!
  • Length of the straps:
  • Dress RAL code:

Find out more about Horseshoe Canyon Artworks HERE.

 

Dimensions 150 × 130 cm
One of A Kind

This is a Unique One of a Kind Item – The only one available

Long Sleeveless Pinafore Linen dress

100% OEKO-TEX® European Linen, 220 gram/sm, Washed
Hand Made and Hand Painted
Size: S – M (see the attached diagram)
Dress Color: Baby Blue
Art Color: Terracotta and White
Dress weight (by feeling): Light
Has Pockets!!
Length of the straps:
Dress RAL code:

Care Guide

Turn the garments inside out.

Wash them in cold water with a mild detergent (hand wash or gentle cycle on your washing machine at 30-40°C or 86-104°F)

This is very important: DO NOT USE FABRIC SOFTENER! It will eventually ‘eat’ the paint away.

After washing lay your item flat to dry or hang it up, to drip dry. Do not put the painted side towards direct sunlight.

Nevertheless that linen does not need ironing, because one can wear it “raw”, if it gets too “crushed”, then turn the item inside out before ironing it. Please do not use steam on the painted part. Put a cloth or a sheet of baking paper in-between.

Do not use bleach!

Do not Dry Clean!

No name – Hi! – Sky Blue

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