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Up Next in Chinese Animal Painting with Ning Yeh

  • Crane

    By far our most enthusiastically requested DVD from the animal series has been the Crane DVD. Perhaps it is the Crane's rich symbolic meaning in Chinese culture. When a crane is shown among clouds it stands for longevity, wisdom and nobility. When shown among pine trees, the crane symbolizes dete...

  • Dragonfly

    Insect painting has a rich cultural history in China. Among the most revered subject is the dragonfly. Ning takes you step-by-step through three different compositions depicting playful dragonflies darting and dancing amongst bamboo and lotus. As always the detailed instruction is set against a b...

  • Rooster

    Looking at the Rooster you can sense that its proud nature. In Chinese culture, the Rooster symbolizes a number of very positive traits. First, it is a symbol of hope and vitality as its crow drives away the despair and evil associated with darkness. Also it is seen as a protector as it eats some...