Wednesday, December 3, 2014

4 years long amazing sculpture










China has a long tradition of wooden sculptures. For centuries they are  transforming pieces of raw wood into works of inspiring art , but none as impressive as the sheer creation of Zheng Chunhui . This talented Chinese artist spent the last four years meticulously carving a detailed replica of a famous traditional Chinese painting called ” Along the River during the Qingming Festival ” in the trunk of a little over 12 feet long tree.

“The breathtaking beauty of his work simply can’t be expressed in words, you must see for yourself.”
The breathtaking beauty of his work simply can’t be expressed in words, you must see for yourself . As you can imagine, Zheng Chunhui needed a mountain of patience to complete his masterpiece of wood that displays boats, bridges, buildings and more than 550 people individually carved. Impressive!
“The breathtaking beauty of his work simply can’t be expressed in words, you must see for yourself.”
“The breathtaking beauty of his work simply can’t be expressed in words, you must see for yourself.”
The Chinese artist was also honored by the Guinness Book with the new world record for the longest wood carving , measuring 12.286 meters of long, 3.075 meters in height and 2.401 m width.
“The breathtaking beauty of his work simply can’t be expressed in words, you must see for yourself.”
“The breathtaking beauty of his work simply can’t be expressed in words, you must see for yourself.”
When we hear of ” masterpiece” , this is just the kind of creation that deserves such title. Zheng Chunhui definitely deserves all the attention.
“The breathtaking beauty of his work simply can’t be expressed in words, you must see for yourself.”
See a video here.

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