How to Purchase Feng Shui Art? Paintings for Living Room
|May 24, 2011||Posted by Jacob Devies under Uncategorized|
Feng Shui art is the latest fad sweeping the country. Everything in department and specialty stores have items labelled Feng Shui. Before you purchase learn about the meaning of the picture and why you want it in your home. All art is Feng Shu art. A drawing from a child, watercolor done by you, a $20 or $10,000 masterpiece are all examples of Feng Shui art.
How to Purchase Feng Shui Art
Decide on the purpose of the art for your home or office. Is the artwork to bring health, wealth, a family… The reason for your art will be a big contributor to the design of your art piece.
Example: You want to start a family. A picture of barren landscape is not ideal. The barren landscape symbolized emptiness, loneliness and a lack of vitality and movement. Children are high energy and you want a picture to symbolize this. A good piece of art would be children sledding, a photo of a Disney character or bright colorful new age art.
Framed Huge 3 Panel Modern Feng Shui Art Zen Stone Giclee Canvas Print
When you are looking at the picture, ask yourself: What do I think of when I truly look at this piece of art. Do I see images of children laughing, or do I see the emptiness of a mother who longs to have a child.
Do we choose the picture on how we are feeling or what we want in our lives? Often pieces of art in our homes illustrate our life at that moment. If we want to change our lives we need to change the images on our walls.
Feng Shui Art Psychology
Each piece of art in the home has an effect on us emotional. The beautiful nature scene painting in our living room can produce different emotions for different people. The couple who purchased it on their honeymoon may see beauty and a new beginning. The woman who received it from an unkind sibling will probably see the sibling unkindness and not the beauty in the art. How you receive the Feng Shui art will either enhance the energy of the art or decrease it. Look at the beautiful picture of the Mona Lisa. People talk about her beauty, but to me I have no connection so I see a nice painting but it does not inspire me. It would not be a piece of artwork I would bring into my home because I see sadness in her eyes not hope.
Framed Oak Asian Life Flowers
Choose your art with your goals in mind and not what experts say should be the correct cure for a life area. A bowl of apples may signify poverty to a child who only ate apples from an apple orchard on the way home from school. While another person will see apples as abundant because they ate apples everyday.
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