This piece of calligraphy artwork roughly translates to Be as lucky as desired; good fortune as one wishes. 吉祥如意. Meanings is: all things auspicious and happiness to you. It is often use to express good wishes to people.
It was using Chinese brush, traditional ink handwritten on antique gold sprinkled rice paper. It was a clerical script style (207 - 220 B.C.) in Chinese Calligraphy by Carmen Lam.
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: **Your Story of Art **Awesome Asia
January 24th, 2022
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