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Hua Zhang

by Halleck
"Hua Zhang" is written in ancient Chinese characters which was used to depict the aesthetics of a tiger; Hua, emphasizing the stripes.

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Medium: Color Pencils
Size: 20"x30"
Price: N/A

Comments

by heather on Sep 24, 2012 at 11:32 AM
My mother once told me that the difference between a western perspective and an eastern was simple: show both a path made of small, white pebbles. Within the path is one black pebble. The westerner will see the white path as a whole, disregarding the black pebble. The easterner will see the one black pebble as the focus from which the rest of the path springs. I love the eyes, and your calligraphy is a pleasure.

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