Yes, even fengshui can be an art.
That is, after Master Yun listened to his inspirations, endeavored despite “common” business sense, and led well ahead of fengshui or art experts, for years.
Master Yun presents his fengshui art mainly through fengshui paintings and fengshui calligraphies.
And since they are art, they are, firstly, beautiful.
(Seems like a redundant statement to make, but trust me, there is “art” nowadays that’s downright ugly...some, on purpose, some, unintentionally so.)
The beauty of Master Yun’s art appeal to the senses of the people, even to the many who are uninitiated. Probably that’s why, many who have collected Master Yun’s fengshui art, that’s their first painting or calligraphy they have ever invested in.
For the seasoned art collectors, while they can decipher Master Yun’s fengshui art with their years of technical experience and collectors’ wisdom, benchmark against the works of other contemporary artists and grand masters of bygone times, and extrapolate the potential value of Master Yun’s fengshui art, they too, are moved by the splendid beauty of Master Yun’s fascinating colors, powerful strokes, and abundance of glittering gold.
As one of my Hong Kong client who is also an art connoisseur (he has super VIP access to all prestigious art fairs in Hong Kong, and the top art galleries all know him by name...that kind of level) said: he can feel the energy from Master Yun’s fengshui art.
One can really say: Master Yun’s fengshui art speaks to our souls.
And for a piece of art to be beautiful and soulful, it has to be (at least) original and authentic. Not just any clichés (no offense to the overused “9 horses” or “8 kois” imagery...they are just different), not just any prints or soulless imitations, not just something that can be bought from Taobao and resold to Singaporeans under the guise of flowery marketing...
I am sure Singaporeans are wise enough.
I am sure art collectors, all around the world, are tasteful enough.
And I suppose that’s why, Master Yun’s fengshui art are sold at a record breaking momentum, and collectors proudly displaying them.
(to be continued...depending on my time)
-- Kan, Executive Director