Western Archaic Tradition petroglyphs date to at least several thousand years B.C., and possibly as many as 9,000 years B.C.. As a “style,” it is widely distributed; indeed, it is nearly universal in distribution, and its designs are probably rooted in the biology of our brains. It is much less common than its more recent counterparts in the Silver Creek region.

Through the centuries, the style of Fremont art evolved, possibly reflecting profound changes in their society. Early art known as the Barrier Canyon style featured corn stalks and “CarrotMen,” anthropomorphic forms with floating triangular bodies wearing mystical headdresses, revealing a reverence for agriculture and ritual.

It is said, that the image of this simple, yet elegant design, represents the Great Egret or Heron.

The true meaning of the whole picture with the circle on the side is yet unknown, however there are quite a few symbolic meanings of the bird itself. In the more mystical circles the Great Egret it represents purity, strength, balance, concentration, longevity, and piety. Because they tend to enjoy solitude, their spirit also represents freedom and independence.

  • Long Sleeveless Pinafore Linen dress
  • Hand Made and hand Painted, Washed
  • 100% Fine European Linen, 220 gram/sm
  • Size: S – M, Fitted (see the attached diagram)
  • Dress color: Lilac
  • Image color: Peach Egret, Yellow and White Sun
  • Dress weight (by feeling): Medium
  • Has Pockets!!
  • Length of the straps:
  • Dress RAL code:

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Long Sleeveless Pinafore Linen dress

Long Sleeveless Pinafore Linen dress
Hand Made and hand Painted, Washed
100% Fine European Linen, 220 gram/sm
Size – S – M (see the attached diagram)
Dress color: Lilac
Image color: Peach Egret, Yellow and White Sun
Dress weight (by feeling): Medium
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!

Dance of the Great Egret – Lillac

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