77152 A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream A Borrowed Dream
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A Borrowed Dream

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A Borrowed Dream Year: 2011 A borrowed dream is a work fusing Chinese calligraphy art and western surrealism art. Statement: Fish walking on the land when not enough water outside the bottles. A boat is driven in the dirt land. Fishing become a new technique-using a seductive bottle. Also, the work also sees Dali's face with a long tailed fished on the head, a fish with legs but bundled to a man's long leg, two target fishes trying to get close to the water in the fishing bottle, trees of different vibrant colors, bottles of different shapes etc. The artist is inspired by Chinese Characters "?"“?” (de fu, means Receive good Lucks) and Dali's famous self-portrait. This work will be exhibited on HUAJIN QIU's Solo Painting Exhibition 2011 Series 2--A BORROWED DREAM, in Preston, UK, from Oct.24-Nov.24, 2011. Perfect for collection and home dec.
W 40.00" x H 40.00"
W 101.60 cm x H 101.60 cm
Acrylic
Canvas, painted sides, ready to hang
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About the Artist

Peter Q , also known as Huajin Qiu, initially established himself on the British Art scene in the 2000s. He starts practising Chinese Calligraphy art when he was 8 years old under the guidance of two folk artists. In his school time in China and England, he realized that art is a part of his life...

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