Art exhibition in the Netherlands was a BIG BANG! Once Master Yun was back in Singapore, he spoke to some of the blessed clients. Here's a recap of what Master Yun said:
1. An Art Exhibition "Never Seen Before in the Netherlands"
From Vermeer to Van Gogh, the Dutch are very into art. But with Master Yun's glowing fengshui paintings, the intricate performance of the Cambodian ballet, the powerful demonstration of Master Yun whipping gold and silver...the scale, the fulfillment of senses, the impact, truly an art exhibition "never seen before in the Netherlands".
2. The Europe Tour Continues, Along with South East Asia and China Tour
Fengshui paintings' Europe tour continues with Barcelona as the next stop in September 2019. And because of the overwhelming success in the Netherlands, more paintings are requested to be exhibited in Spain.
And simultaneously, Master Yun has been invited to Phnom Penh and Guangzhou to exhibit his fengshui art.
We know collectors of Master Yun's fengshui paintings are already all over the world. Now, Master Yun's art continues to go international.
3. Not Enough Paintings
With the three tours happening in different countries, plus Singapore, we are stretched of Master Yun's fengshui paintings.
For the sake of logistics and many other reasons, we are shipping paintings below 52k SGD out of Singapore gallery to different regions, after 1 June 2019. Which means, after 1 June 2019, there would not be paintings below 52k SGD in Lotus on Water galleries.
The paintings on tour would not come back to Singapore for a very considerable period of time, years perhaps. Which means, for you in Singapore, this is the time to choose and collect Master Yun's fengshui paintings.
4. Fengshui as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage
Master Yun mentioned that South Korea tried to claim "fengshui" as their cultural heritage, to the objection of China. The fact that fengshui is getting recognized as a formal heritage, and its "ownership" contested by different countries, is uplifting.
In the past, fengshui was considered as an undesirable superstition, ignored or even suppressed by governments. The reasons were various: either it was deemed as a baseless superstition, or it was terribly vulgar or low-class, or it simply possessed no value for the modern society.
Lotus on Water aspired to change that opinion. Master Yun endeavored to change that opinion, and resume fengshui to its former glory, to the times that it was a way of life for kings and queens.
To shed the notion of superstitious, we injected knowledge and logic into the way we practice fengshui. To uplift the status of fengshui, we insisted on high quality fengshui artifacts and elegant jewelry. To exemplify the value of fengshui in the modern world, we bring this art from Singapore to all over the globe, and invest its value to promote Chinese education and culture.
Master Yun's fengshui paintings are inheriting this same lineage of high-class cultural manifestations, or artifacts.
5. Looking Very Much Forward
Whether it is in terms of value or price, it is always wise to start collecting Master Yun's fengshui paintings now. There are prestigious collectors all around the world. The exhibitions are touring internationally at a pace never before.
When you own Master Yun's fengshui painting, you are collecting more that a piece of auspicious fengshui artifact for you and your family. You are also owning the portal to the Lotus way of life; the Dao 道 once walked by kings and queens.
As extensive as the tours sound now, I tell you, this is only the beginning. Share the glory, share the prosperity -- own Master Yun's fengshui paintings.
-- Kan, Executive Director