In the early 1970's Judy Chicago's work focused on transforming her abstract iconography to more clearly express her experiences as a woman. Chicago's painting, Through the Flower 2, 1973, expanded her previously developed "central core" imagery, now depicted as moving "through the flower;" a symbol of moving beyond the constraints of the construct of femininity. The pulsing and vibrating petals surround a center of pastel hues that fade into each other, applied using Chicago's signature sprayed acrylic technique. Carry Through the Flower 2 with you with this full color printed tote bag exclusive to the de Young Museum Store. Measures 14 x 14 in.