China Nail Art Haul and Chinese Nail Art

On August 18, 2012, in Chinese Art, by admin

0 China Nail Art Haul and Chinese Nail ArtHi you guys! Here it finally is, the nail art haul from my trip to China. I found loads of beautiful goodies there and I am so happy to show you what I found! Rhinestones, glitters, beads, nail art tools, fimos.. you name it, they got it in China. I was so happy to find all those things I can’t find in northern Finland during my trip and with a fraction of the prize. You also asked me to find out what the nail art was like in there, so I added a section dedicated to that at the end of the video. I had my nails done in there twice so I also show you what I wore on my nails during the trip icon smile China Nail Art Haul and Chinese Nail Art

The trip itself was awesome, we had such a good time the whole journey! We were backpacking there and it felt like a true adventure. We only had the flights and 2 first nights booked. We booked the rest of the hostels as we moved on. It was interesting since most of the people didn’t speak english, but we got our messages trough with gestures and a few awkward chinese words icon biggrin China Nail Art Haul and Chinese Nail Art The people were so friendly and kind there, just lovely! During the trip we went to Hong Kong and visited the Peak, shopped, and went sightseeing. Then our trip continued to Hainan island by train and there we went to Sanya – a beach city. We visited a monkey island and saw monkeys live in the first time in our lives. That was so cool! We also ate good seafood, laid on the beach, swam and enjoyed the lovely atmosphere. Then we took the train to Haikou, the northern part of the island, and visited an old volcano crater. We spent the new year there. Lastly we returned to Hong Kong for some last minute shopping, last minute chinese food eating and a lot of geocaching before our flight back home in the middle of ice and snow.

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Disclaimer: I have permission to take and use the pictures of all the nail designs shown at the end of the video. All products were purchased by me. I have no connection to any of the company brands I mention in this video or in the information box. I won’t get financial benefits for mentioning any of the products shown in this video.

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Titles: Bird In Hand (intro), Acoustic2, The Voyage

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0 Modern Chinese Painter   宋文治 Song Wenzhi (part 1)http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&source=hp&q=%E5%AE%8B%E6%96%87%E6%B2%BB&gbv=2&aq=f&oq=&aqi=

http://www.art-virtue.com/painting/history/1900/index.htm

Song Wenzhi (1919-1999, Taicang, Jiangsu Province) studied advertising art in Shanghai when he was young. Later he became a student of Wu Hufan ( 吳湖帆 ), a master of Chinese calligraphy and painting and a renowned connoisseur and collector.

After having studied at the Suzhou Art Training Institute, he taught at secondary schools and normal universities. He joined the Jiangsu Province Traditional Chinese Painting Studio in 1957. Song Wenzhi studied classical Chinese painting techniques of the Four Wangs ( 四王 王時敏、王鑒、王原祁、王翬 ), Western perspectives and color theories, and paintings of Picasso, Monet, Van Gogh, and etc.

Song was a director of the Chinese Artists Association, and a vice-chairman of its Jiangsu Branch. Many of his works have been included in international collections.

Sources:
Important Art of New China 1949-1979 (China Guardian Auction Catalogue 1997, Beijing)
Chen Lusheng, Xin Zhongguo meishu tushi – 1949-1966 [The Art History of the People's Republic of China - 1949-1966] (Beijing: Zhongguo qingnian chubanshe, 2000) [in Chinese]
Michael Sullivan, Modern Chinese Artists — A Biographical Dictionary (Berkeley, etc: University of California Press, 2006)
Zhongguo meishuguan (ed.), 中国美术年鉴 1949-1989 (Guilin: Guangxi meishu chubanshe, 1993)

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0 China Furniture and Arts    Mother of Pearl Inlay: The ProcessFor more information on our Mother of Pearl inlay furniture, please visit http://www.ChinaFurnitureOnline.com/mop.htm .

China Furniture and Arts has had over 50 years of experience in creating authentic Mother of Pearl furniture. Although modern technology has made furniture crafting easier, we remain true to traditional techniques that date back to the Ming dynasty in China. From raw materials to finished products, we strive for excellence in every step of the process.

China Furniture and Arts, based out of Chicago, but with roots in the carpentry of Shanghai, is a premier provider of Asian home decor. We have a large variety of selections. From complete room settings to fine collectible accessories, we constantly inventory more than 4,000 items and over 2,500 of them are available online. We can also custom design to meet your unique needs.

Our 28 years of experience in the North American market has allowed us to create award-winning designs, combining beautiful traditional Chinese styles with functions for today’s modern lifestyle. We at China Furniture and Arts not only understand the beauty of Chinese Art and the delicacy of the work, but also the stories behind each piece. We insist all of our handcrafted products to be manufactured with traditional techniques. All pieces we select are from its origin and our Chinese inspired product designs are truthful to its original.

Visit China Furniture and Arts’ showroom at:
35 S. Cass Avenue
Westmont, IL 60559
T: 1-888-786-6888

or visit us online at http://www.ChinaFurnitureOnline.com .

Video filmed on location in China and our showroom in Westmont, IL. ©2010.

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0 China Furniture and Arts    Rosewood Furniture: The Process and the MakingChina Furniture and Arts has been creating authentic rosewood furniture for over 50 years. Though modern technology has made furniture crafting easier, we remain true to traditional techniques that date back to the Ming Dynasty in China. From raw materials to finished products, we strive for excellence in every step of the process.

China Furniture and Arts, based out of Chicago, but with roots in the carpentry of Shanghai, is a premier provider of Asian home decor. We have a large variety of selections. From complete room settings to fine collectible accessories, we constantly inventory more than 4,000 items and over 2,500 of them are available online. We can also custom design to meet your unique needs.

Our 28 years of experience in the North American market has allowed us to create award-winning designs, combining beautiful traditional Chinese styles with functions for today’s modern lifestyle. We at China Furniture and Arts not only understand the beauty of Chinese Art and the delicacy of the work, but also the stories behind each piece. We insist all of our handcrafted products to be manufactured with traditional techniques. All pieces we select are from its origin and our Chinese inspired product designs are truthful to its original.

Visit China Furniture and Arts’ showroom at:
35 S. Cass Avenue
Westmont, IL 60559
T: 1-888-786-6888

or visit us online at http://www.ChinaFurnitureOnline.com .

For more information on our rosewood furniture, visit http://www.ChinaFurnitureOnline.com/rosewood.htm .

Video filmed on location in China and our showroom in Westmont, IL. ©2010.

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Bright Chinese Roses Nail Art Design

On October 5, 2011, in Chinese Art, by admin

0 Bright Chinese Roses Nail Art DesignHi everyone! Today we are going to do this beautiful Chinese Roses nail art design! Hope you will like it! If you do, then please rate me with 5 stars! icon wink Bright Chinese Roses Nail Art Design

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Demystify Chinese painting

On June 13, 2011, in Chinese Art, by admin

0 Demystify Chinese paintinghttp://yanghaiying.com/HaiyingShop
You can enjoy painting, enjoy art regardless of your condition
The magic is in your hand, not in the material

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