Saturday, April 20, 2019

7 Reasons Why You Should Own Master Yun's Fengshui Paintings

By now, you should have seen Master Yun's fengshui paintings. If you haven't...come on, you really need to catch up!


I am sure you are amazed when you first saw Master Yun's paintings. As like many other creations of Lotus on Water, they surprise, they inspire.

By this time I am writing, many blessed clients have already collected Master Yun's astonishing fengshui paintings. Enjoying them, day and night, that I am sure. Master Yun's fengshui paintings speak to every one differently. A different connection, a different kind of communication...and here are 7 reasons why you should own Master Yun's fengshui paintings. Maybe one of these seven speaks to you. Maybe all seven speak to you...

1. There's real gold and silver

Not mere gold paint, but real gold. 24k, 22k and some 18k to create the layers. And real silver. Gold is for eternity. Its value and beauty transcend cultures. In an age when distractions are rampant and short-term sensations are worshiped, Master Yun's fengshui paintings ground us in the bedrock of empires and dynasties, bringing us back to the times of idealism and attainment.

2. Cannot be duplicated, cannot be copied


If you can't manage to get Picasso's original painting, you can get an official print of it, which is still sold at a very high price. But you can't get a copy of Master Yun's fengshui painting, once you let it slipped through your fingers. Even Master Yun cannot duplicate his own work. It has got to do with the technique, partly. 

There are at least three layers of color-splashing in Master Yun's fengshui paintings. An ancient Chinese painting technique, 泼墨法, inherited and revived. Master Yun innovated by incorporating oil painting techniques, doing several layers of it, splashing the next layer after the previous one is dried. And so, the colors would not mash up, but manifest into a few distinct layers of vibrancy.

As to how the splashings would turn out to be, no one will know. Not even Master Yun.

3. Layers and layers of blessings

If you are less of an "art person", you would ask: what has this layers of color-splashing got to do with me? What you should know is that the process of painting is not just simply painting. For Master Yun, painting is meditation. 

After Master Yun officially retired from seeing new clients in October 2012, he focused on meditation through painting. So when you are having Master Yun's fengshui paintings at home, you are surrounded by the resonance of Master Yun's prayers of prosperity and elegance. Compounded blessings from the different layers, if I might add.

4. Glowing in the dark

We now know that it is because of the luminous paint. But it is the effect that elevates the purpose and power of Master Yun's fengshui paintings. 

In bright daylight, you see peacocks and peonies. Under UV light, they transform into stars of the universe, milky ways, meteor showers and planets in orbit. I interpret this as a process of metamorphosis, of transformation. You are meant to be better than today. You can, if you set your eyes to the stars.

5. Words of prosperity


Like a traditional Chinese painting, Master Yun writes calligraphy on his fengshui paintings. Unlike his predecessors, Master Yun writes modern poems that expound prosperity and happiness, not about sorrow, diaspora or zenness. In some pieces, Master Yun even writes English. 

Talking about a sense of prosperity that transcends cultures, like gold.

6. Your fellow collectors are Royalties and experts of the art industry

When you buy a house, you want to check out who are your neighbors. Surely, you want to have good neighbors. That's why "a good neighborhood" is a plus point for property investment. When it comes to buying paintings, while aesthetics, feelings and meaning are definitely crucial, the "neighborhood" is important too. 

Till date, His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni, Her Majesty Queen Mother Norodom Monineath Sihanouk, Her Royal Highness Princess Norodom Buppha Devi have collected Master Yun's fengshui paintings.

Mr Manuel Rabaté, Director of Louvre Abu Dhabi, Ms Alexandra Pereyre de Nonancourt, owner of Laurent-Perrier, are also your "neighbors".

7. You are the peacock

With gold and luminous stars, surely, Master Yun's fengshui paintings are not of the realism discipline. Master Yun is also not painting the biologically accurate peacock. For starters, peacocks don't have red or yellow bodies, nor gold and silver feathers. 

This peacock is your avatar. It represents the best that you can be. Amidst the layers of color-splashing, Master Yun has to discover the peacock, how best to manifest it. The uncontrollable color-splashings represent what we are born with, our background, things that we cannot choose. But we can decide what to do with our future. And that is you -- you can improve and prosper your future. Just like the peacock that Master Yun paints, you can be the best of yourself.

Time to invest in Master Yun's fengshui paintings.

-- Kan, Executive Director

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

There is a dew, in the grey jadeite cabochons

What's in a shape? 


Many have paid very CLOSE attention to my new grey jadeite cabochons. A couple have been chosen. And then there's one, which has a very unique shape.


I call this, the dewdrop. 甘露. The refreshing and sweet dew that brings life in the morning. The droplet of blessings and rejuvenation from Guan Yin's jade vase 玉净瓶.


And you might find it familiar. Because Her Royal Highness Princess Norodom Buppha Devi's Heaven and Earth jadeite ring also has a dewdrop cabochon.

Time to hold that dew in your hand.

-- Kan, Executive Director

Saturday, April 13, 2019


For too long, way too long, people who use the WATER element have suffered.

Or "disadvantaged" to say it lightly.

But no more.
GREY jadeite cabochons are here.

Before the arrival of grey jadeite cabochons, people who can use the WATER element either go with dark jadeite cabochons, which are a combination of WATER (black) and WOOD (green)...
Or, go for the blueish jadeite cabochons, which are very hard-to-come-by, and being one of the rarest colors, very high value.

Now, you have GREY jadeite cabochons. And yes, you can definitely set them as your next Heaven and Earth jadeite ring.
And if you can use the WATER element, like I do, I will definitely get one of these pure WATER cabochons Lotus Ring.

AND, these grey jadeite cabochons are not ample. They are pretty limited.

-- Kan, Executive Director