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Chinese Painting


Chinese Painting

All our Chinese paintings are hand painted by the original Feng Shui Master artist. We use traditional Chinese brush painting techniques; incorporating Feng Shui themes, and Chinese calligraphy symbols. Our Chinese painting includes the artist signature along with a red colored seal, ("name chop"), used to denote the artist’s original work on the back of each painting.

Our Chinese Painting

The primary pursuit of our Chinese painting is to catch the feel and rhythm of nature with the uses of uncomplicated abstract forms that represent nature but do not attempt to reproduce a realistic image of nature.  Our Chinese painting style “abstract minimalist”, using simple non complicated images that represent real life.  


Chinese Painting: See all our Landscape paintings        

Chinese landscape paintings are considered abstract or impressionistic. They use blurred lines and colors to give the impression of the landscape. The most commonly used theme is water, including waterfalls, canyons and gorges. 

Chinese Painting: See all our Bamboo paintings

One new segments of bamboo grows each year. This represent the year by year growth of children, year by year things getting  better, your business is more and more profitable your family live growing more and more prosperous. Every year you add one section and get closer to your goals.


Chinese Painting: See all our Cherry Blossom paintings 

The Cherry tree is first to bloom in the spring represents a period of rebirth and growth. Its blossoms open before the winter snow has melted. The Cherry blossom is a symbol of Life, of the urge of living things to fulfill their potential. In Chinese culture the Cherry blossom as a symbol of perseverance and beauty.


Chinese Painting: See all our Koi Fish  paintings      

In Chinese folk lore the koi fish brings luck and wealth. Koi fish paintings are most often shown with either 2 koi fish or 9. These numbers have historic significance in Chinese culture and represent harmony and balance.

The Koi fish is a Chinese symbol for strength and individualism. Koi are transformed through their efforts and perseverance, able to climb waterfalls or become dragons. The Koi represents perseverance in the face of adversity and strength of character and purpose.


Chinese Painting: See all our Buddha paintings

The image of the Buddha is used to inspire Zen meditation and Zen Vision. The Buddha’s image is your “third eye of enlightenment” that guides your path to Nirvana.


Chinese Painting:  See all our Horses paintings  

Horse paintings usually depict the traditional 8 horses of Chinese folk lore.  This is a very famous painting and symbolizes the arrival of good fortune. The horses are most often depicted in full gallop, representing the speedy arrival of your good fortune. The horse is one of the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac.


Chinese Painting: See all our Cranes paintings

Cranes represent longevity in Chinese culture. The most famous Chinese crane paintings depict 100 cranes and represent a long and prosperous life.


Chinese Painting: See all our Dragon paintings

The dragon is a major cultural icon to the Chinese people.  In ancient folk lore it is believed that the Chinese people are the decedents of dragons. The dragon is one of the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac.