71175 Kiss the Rain Kiss the Rain Kiss the Rain

Kiss the Rain

in Acrylic by Huajin Qiu No Artist Reviews
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Kiss the Rain is HUAJIN QIU's No 306 artwork(Year:2011). Living in such life with the passion of love, you embrace everything inside . Even in the heavily rainy day, you do not complain about the inconvenience but hear the heartbeats of the rain. You jump into the rain, singing and dancing like a kid. You french your lover in the romantic rain. Kiss the rain. The secret of this artwork is that the artist has applied a creative painting technique called Stir-stroking,which is like the cooking movement --stir-frying. The artist who is also a genius chinese cuizines expert, stirs and beats the strokes of different colors like stirfrying a delicious dish. This work is exhibited on HUAJIN QIU's solo painting exhibition 2011--I GROW A RAINBOW ON MY HEAD, from Oct. 6-Nov.7 in Preston, Lancashire. Perfect for collection and home dec.
W 19.50" x H 27.00"
W 49.53 cm x H 68.58 cm
unique handmade paper, mounted with foam 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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