Home Glass Art Legendary Creature Exhibition | Guardian of Concord– LIULI Crystal Artwork

Legendary Creature Exhibition | Guardian of Concord– LIULI Crystal Artwork


5 parts: Wooden, fireplace, earth, steel, and water.
5 instructions: Dragon of the East, Tiger of the West, Phoenix of the South, Xuanwu of the North, and Qilin of the Heart.

Related to the 4 quadrants of the vault of heaven are the Azure Dragon of the East, the Vermillion Chicken of the South, the White Tiger of the West, and the Black Tortoise of the North; within the middle is the Qilin (unicorn). Every area corresponds to one of many 5 parts: steel (west), wooden (east), water (north), fireplace (south), and earth (middle).

Transferring throughout the evening sky, the celebrities join all life to the 5 parts. When the universe and parts are aligned, concord ensues.

After we perceive our connection to others and our place within the universe, peace and concord fill our lives.

This set up demonstrates the traditional glass-making method generally known as “lost-wax casting” (pâte de verre), and adopts the theme of legendary creatures. Every bit undergoes a complete twelve-step course of and every new design requires six to eight months to finish. LIULI produces a restricted variety of items, in order to foster an setting the place our artists are continuously engaged within the creation course of and stay related to the society we care about. Every bit of LIULI art work comes with a devoted poem, telling its distinctive story, imparting a blessing, inspiring dialog, and connecting the viewer with the guts of the artist.

Hundreds of years in the past people lived in shut communities, every of which had its personal concepts surrounding the highly effective and mysterious forces of nature. Their religion and creativeness have been centered round these forces—animals, mountains, oceans, sky—ensuing within the creation of all kinds of symbols and pictures. Imbued with religion, knowledge, and selfless love, every picture is the tangible manifestation of a profound want for peace, prosperity, and well-being for all sentient beings.

This exhibition is free and open to the general public.

For a video or in-person guided tour, please contact LIULI Gallery to schedule an appointment.

LIULI Gallery at South Coast Plaza
T 714.436.8888 | E-mail: scpgallery@liuliusa.com
#2041, 3333 Bristol Road, CA


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