Li Shanming's Ink Dyed Dance Color Series Teapot

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Li Shanming's Ink Dyed Dance Color Series Teapot

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Product size specifications Length, width and height: 14 x 8 x 8.5 cm Capacity: 160 cc Quantity: 1 (single pot) Author: Li Shanyan Author's introduction: The soil is the softest common memory deep in everyone's heart. It is the closest friend, allowing people to do whatever they want, at their mercy. My parents are both pottery creators, and it seems natural to eat soil in the studio since I was a child. Tea culture is a very important part of China, but the compact pace of life of modern people makes it more difficult to experience and enjoy the beauty. In fact, there are many classical cultures that are gradually forgotten and ignored by young people, such as calligraphy and the use of ink. Art, but these are precious cultures unique to China. The aesthetic education we received from childhood to adulthood may be more foreign, and we like modern and fashionable shapes and colors. I especially like the freedom of ink. Although there are only black and white gradations, I can use the shades and the ups and downs of the lines to present various expressions, integrating Chinese tea culture and ink art, hoping to be acceptable to modern young people. The beautiful way to attract them to understand these cultures can actually become a very fashionable activity. Instructions for returns: Before returning the goods, the buyer is requested to record the packaging process and take photos of the goods in good condition to avoid disputes caused by damage to the goods during the delivery process.

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Li Shanming-Ink dyed dance color series Teapot tea culture is a very important part of China, but the compact pace of life of modern people is more difficult to experience and enjoy the beauty of it. The aesthetic education we have received since childhood may be more foreign, like modernity and fashion. With strong shapes and colors, I hope my works can attract more young people's attention, and together make tea culture a fashionable activity.

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