The Cricket wood print by Carmen Lam. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
This piece artwork was the design and created painted by Carmen Lam special for Dr. Quincy Dobbs's created the musical “Three Pekes In A Pod “ A... more
This piece artwork was the design and created painted by Carmen Lam special for Dr. Quincy Dobbs's created the musical “Three Pekes In A Pod “ A new Breed of Musical. and it will be used in the upcoming book "Three Pekes in a Pod" by Quincy Dobbs.Cricket fight is a peculiar Chinese cultural life with heavily oriental characteristics, a kind of pleasure-seeking activity. It originated from the prosperous Tang Dynasty (618-907). whether it was high ranking government officials, aristocrats or ordinary citizens, they were all engaged in the activity. It was very popular during the Song Dynasty (960-1279), continuing into the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and even present-day society. People regard cricket fight as a kind of Chinese culture, just like the Chinese tea culture, intriguing and long-lasting.Thanks to the Fine Art America Administrators for the honor of featuring this artwork in the following groups:**Global Artists Gallery**Digital Art and Photography for...**Your Story of...
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...