Feng Shui Art

Feng Shui Art is important to finding balance in a home or office. You can use a simple painting of a mountain scenery to give support in business and relationships or water landscape to activate a wealth star. These distinctive Chinese style paintings will open your mind; no one will see them in the same way, each one has a story to tell and the longer you look and appreciate the more you read into them.

Each one is hand painted by a professional artist onto fine silk, the quality is outstanding and framework and finish are second to none, each painting has been signed by the artist and has his personal seal. Feng Shui art is recent to this site because we have refused to sell the gimmicky art that is sold on some web sites, this collection have been personally composed for their beauty as well as their power to enhance a home or business. No matter how hard we tried the photos below do not give them full justice.

As with all our products each painting has been cleared of any negative energy and empowered with positive Sheng Ch’i energy.

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