Chinese Symbolism and Protection

Chinese art is full of symbols that often include butterflies, bats, flowers, and fruit. These designs are not only pleasing but also meaningful in the Chinese picture-based language.
Course Number 203137R
$20.00

Chinese art is full of symbols that often include butterflies, bats, flowers, and fruit. These designs are not only pleasing but also meaningful in the Chinese picture-based language.


Popular motifs and images actually communicate hidden messages, significant numbers, and inspirations to release protective powers in the art form itself.


The Chinese use decorative art pieces to communicate secret messages. Wolf will decipher some of these examples found in The Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art collection and share a shortcut to reading Chinese symbolism.


Gain a level of appreciation for Chinese aesthetics and perhaps for your own decorative Chinese art pieces.


Course 203137R
Time  2 Hours
Cost  $20, No refunds

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