Size: Total 30in x 20in. (76 cm x 51cm)
Medium: Oil on Canvas. Paintings are shipped unframed
Feng Shui art- Feng Shui painting: is the Feng Shui element of “Wood” and will bring you feng shui wealth luck, health and longevity and is used to energize positive development.
Decorating Feng Shui: Fengshui literally means "Wind Water". This ancient science originated in China over 3500 years ago. Decorating Feng Shui is used to bring harmony and fortune by harnessing the universal life energy of "Chi", or the "Dragon's Cosmic Breath". Chi brings good fortune to those who are in balance with it and surrounded by it.
This Bamboo oil painting is Chinese Feng Shui decor. All our Feng Shui paintings incorporate Chinese Feng Shui colors and Feng Shui symbols that create a balance in the Yin/Yang energies of Chi, bringing harmony, balance, and success.
Chinese Bamboo Paintings: Bamboo oil paintings: The Bamboo paintings are appropriate for both home Feng Shui décor and office Feng Shui wealth. Our Feng Shui art is all original and hand painted.
Size of the painting in room scenes may not be to scale, refer to actual dimensions in the description.
Asian Decor: Asian paintings and Chinese art use blurred lines, contours disappearing into the mist, and impressionistic forms. In line with Taoist and Buddhist beliefs, Asian art and Asian décor, emphasizes the spiritual qualities of the painting and on the inner harmony of man and nature.
Our Asian Bamboo painting is a traditional Chinese home décor artwork and is hand painted by Chinese artists.
Abstract Oil Paintings: Modern abstract paintings do not strive to create accurate representations of any form. The abstract painting style takes an object and either simplifies or exaggerates it by altering its color, shape, and form, to attach emotion or other meaning. Abstract art paintings have roots in ancient history showing up in early decorations of textiles and pottery. Contemporary abstract oil paintings encompass the styles of Cubism, Expressionism, and Abstract Expressionism.
Chinese Paintings: The first known Chinese painting dates to 10,000 B.C. The primary pursuit of traditional Chinese art paintings is not to reproduce an exact copy of nature but to grasp an emotion to catch the feel and rhythm of nature.
Traditional Chinese paintings can best be described as “abstract minimalist”, using simple non complicated images that represent real life. All our Chinese artwork is hand painted by Chinese artists.