REVIEW FOR ORIENTAL STROKES - CHINESE BRUSH PAINTINGS WITH FENG SHUI
After people were convinced that life was all but Karma, they decided on improving it by trying various tactics. The latest fashion in those tactics is Feng Shui. Since Chinese are on top of the electronic world, people decided it's better to try the Karma formula of those on the top.
But that's not all. Chinese are also popular for a technical art form called Chinese Brush paintings. They can be crudely described as being watercolors on rice paper.
Kalapana Sinha is a veteran in this technical form, having been involved with the art for over 20 years. Oriental Strokes, The Chinese Brush Paintings - Feng Shui Forms, is an exhibition of her works. And since their origin is Chinese, they already have ingrained Feng Shui powers.
Kalpana Sinha says, that if a painting has waterfalls in it, it must be put up on the northern part of the house, for water represents wealth. Same is the case with many symbolic representations like Bamboo and horses.
These paintings are splendidly colorful as well as contain Feng Shui importance. So why miss out on them? Their price is also reasonable with none of them crossing the Rs. 10,000 mark.