ABOUT MY INDIGO WORLD
This gorgeous celebration of the color blue and the indigo plant, by a Korean American debut artist and storyteller, powerfully connects art and the natural world.
★ “Other hues will turn green with envy at the visually stunning and factually thorough attention given indigo blue in this vibrant and informative picture-book debut…. Intimate and meditative…and should find quick use in both scientific and artistic circles.”—Booklist, STARRED REVIEW
“Thought- provoking…..an enjoyable dive into the cultural impact of a hypnotizingly beautiful color.” — Kirkus Reviews
Rosa provides a range of services tailored for both small and large groups, as well as organizations, cultural institutions, and public events. These services include:
1. My Indigo World Workshop: A captivating blend of book reading coupled with a hands-on natural indigo dye session. Both Kids and adult sessions available.
2. Art & Craft Workshop Explore your creative side with activities such as hand-stitching and crafting beautiful paper flower lantern that originated with Korean and other Asian culture.
3. Mindful Color Natural Dyeing Workshop: Immerse yourself in the world of traditional natural dyeing & printing techniques and the art of mindful mending from East Asia, alongside comtemporary dyeing practices.
For more detailed information, please don't hesitate to reach out to Rosa via email to inquire about the specifics of each service.
Rosa Sung Ji Chang 장성지
Born in Seoul, South Korea
Lives in Baltimore, MD
Rosa is an artist, writer, and gardener, committed to sustaining a harmonious balance between humans and the natural world. Rosa's art draws inspiration from natural materials and environments, manifested in various forms, mediums, and scales. Currently her interest is sharing Korean/Asian traditional Indigo & Natural Dye processes and its culture with different communities as cultural exchanges.
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Natural Indigo Dye
This page shows various textile work and pigment making processes mainly with natural indigo and some other dye plants between 2016 and present.
Site-specific natural-dyed fiber installation in the greenhouse. 2022
Oak spring Garden Foundation, VA
An Indigo Dyer
A portrait of a Korean female indigo dyer, 2020
12"x16", Gold pigment on natural indigo-dyed linen, stretched on wood panel A private commissioned work