Fresh Lotus Flowers
The lotus is a revered symbol in Chinese culture, representing purity, enlightenment, and the triumph of the spirit over the material world. In the painting, the lotus flowers are depicted in various stages of bloom, from fully opened blossoms to tightly closed buds. The leaves are rendered in a distinctive, oval shape with pointed tips, and are shown either floating on the surface of the water or submerged beneath it.
|Technique:||Medium: Acrylic Paint. Substrate: Rice Paper.|
|Contents:||Nature, Animal, Graphics, Pattern, Flower, Plant|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||30in x 30in|
|Unframed Size:||27in x 27in|
North York, Ontario
Dayou Lu is the Member of the CAA, KRO, FCA, VAA, IAA, the Vice President of the Central Academy of Painting of the CDNCA, the Honorary President of Taipei National Palace Painting and Calligraphy Institute, and the Deputy Dean of the Chinese Academy of Ink Painting Art.
"Dayou has worked on Chinese color-ink painting for 50 years. He is well-known for Multi-Layer Colored Water-ink Paintings. He is the 1st person in China that got an invention patent based on his unique painting skills."