Calligraphy - 17 Eternal Joy acrylic print by Carmen Lam. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.
This piece artwork meaning is Eternal Joy - 長樂 It was using Chinese traditional ink handwritten on rice paper, The small word on the left side is... more
This piece artwork meaning is Eternal Joy - 長樂 It was using Chinese traditional ink handwritten on rice paper, The small word on the left side is my full name.If you want people to be happy, you first make yourself happy.A piece of Chinese calligraphy would make a unique gift for treats you and your loved one, and it is a good decoration for your room or office.Calligraphy is a kind of line art and abstract art that humans express emotions. Chinese calligraphy is the essence of Chinese culture because it is a unique and visual art that covers Chinese language, history, philosophy, calligraphy, and aesthetics. Its performance art is praised as speechless poetry, no dance of the line, the painting without pictures, the silent music.Thanks to the Fine Art America Administrators for the honor of featuring this artwork in the following groups: **Awesome Asia **Decade 2020**Your Story of Art**Arts Fentastic World
About Carmen Lam
Welcome to the Carmen Lam ( 趙雯清 ) Art Collections of Original Ink and Color Painting, Brush Calligraphy, Art Prints & Products for Home Decor, Interior Design, and Gift Giving.
I was a visual artist. I love ink and color painting and calligraphy in my life. I am from China. Now I live in Michigan United States America. I love the wisdom of traditional Chinese culture, and I have worked in art design and exhibitions in China. I also learned from the famous artist Chen Yongkang to study Chinese painting art.
I was honored to be invited to Chinese calligraphy demonstrations at local Chinese New Year parties and the Chinese Culture Festival community college. I was also honored to be invited to get into a new breed of musical...