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Flow

in Ink by Huajin Qiu No Artist Reviews
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Chinese flow Theory is HUAJIN QIU's No.228 artwork((Year:2009)). Artist expressed his philoshophy about the existent of the universe and life as a flow of time and self-realization of time. What are writen in this artwork are as follows: ------------------ The waters flows in and out of this world, while the views come and go inside our eyes. Or not? ----------------------- But only if we realize its existent. So does our life. Sometimes we have to focus and listen to our heartbeat or ask ourself questions like IS THAT REAL ME? so that we realize we are actually alive. Aesthetically, this artwork is featured at the vivid strokes of flows, which is so unique that none of the Chinese Calligraphy artists has ever painted. This artwork is signed and stamped by the artist's personal stamp. It is perfect for collection and decoration of your home.
W 27.00" x H 17.00"
W 68.58 cm x H 43.18 cm
Ink
unique handmade silk paper, Mounted with board, well framed
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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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