Silver Sutra Lacquer Art
The calligraphy depicted in this painting is a masterpiece from Huai Su, a famous artist of the Tang Dynasty (618-907AD China). It discusses a philosophy of living, defining what is good character and what is true wisdom. 152 wood-carved chops with different Chinese characters give the painting three-dimensional enhancement and visual depth.
Made in an extremely limited series of 50, this piece is in very limited supply.
Beautifully and simply framed in a polished black lacquer wood frame, this lacquer art floats within the frame to set off the artistry of the work while not distracting from it.
This piece is handmade by Bai Shan, an artist residing in Beijing, China, and purchased directly from his exclusive representative here in the US. Bai Shan's painting technique combines the ancient Chinese arts of calligraphy and lacquer painting to create modern works of exquisite beauty. Bai was born in 1961, in Heilongjiang province, China. He studied at Ji Lin Art Academy for four years, graduating in 1987. Bai is a leading member of both the Chinese calligraphy association and the Chinese Lacquer Painting Association. He resides in Beijing and recently retired from his studio, so each piece of his work is extremely limited in supply.
Materials are lacquer on particleboard and measures 41" square by 2" deep and weighs approximately 10lbs. The artwork comes ready to be hung, with heavy cord attached securely to the frame for easy hanging with an art hook attached to your wall.
This piece is shipped free using Fedex Ground to any address in the continental US. No discount code is necessary.