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Ox, sculpture by Pan He 365. Ox by He Pan (潘鹤) (2008)

The ox is one of the animals in the Chinese zodiac, but, more importantly, it is Pan He's zodiac sign.  In fact, they say he made this one to commemorate the latest bull year, 2008, when he turned 84, and it was originally part of one of the Hakka series.

It is a thoughtful piece with the earnest expression that the hard-working ox should have.  It was made with the love that one should have for one's zodiac animal.  It is an opportunity to own a meaningful work by this great Guangdong artist, the Michelangelo of China.

To see more of the art of Pan He (He Pan), included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery, on-line, please visit the Pan He Pages.

      30x15x9cm  
               
sitting leopard gongchun: teapot sculpture by Sun Jin Li 83. Sitting Leopard Gongchun: original one-of-a-kind teapot art by Sun Jin Li

This is a teapot from Sun Jin Li's forest series.  In this series, the focus is on the animals, which are done in extreme detail, in miniature.  If you look at them with a magnifying glass, you can see detailed etching of "fur", and features of ears, mouth, nose, eyes, paws and claws, and body are all done with great precision with different colors of clay (see close-up on hyperlink page).

This one is on a tree stump with an unusual shape, more like a gong chun style teapot, and three small feet.

The other thing that we like about the teapot art in the series is that Li has committed to making only one teapot of each that he makes in the series.  So, each is complete unique: one of a kind (Li, himself, has sold teapots from this series for as much as $10,000).

To see more of the art by Sun Jin Li, included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery on-line, please, visit the Sun Jin Li Page.
 
  $12,000   430cc  
               
Duck Negotiation by Xu Hong Fei 356. Duck Negotiations, original cast bronze sculpture by Xu Hong Fei [series of 10] (2008)

We are left to wonder if the duck just came through the window, and the woman is trying to coax him out of the house, or if, as is common in China, she bought him at the market and is trying to coax him into the kitchen.

Either way, it is a cute sculpture from Xu's famous chubby series.

To see more of the sculpture of Xu Hongfei, included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery, please, visit the Xu Hong Fei Pages.

  $38,000   48x15x27cm  
               
Marx, sculpture by Pan Fang   Marx Smiling, original wire sculpture by Pan Fang  (2009)

Well, we suppose that every Chinese artist has to make at least a few "red" sculpture.  Of course, the title might suggest that Fang is playing with us, as, if that is a smile, then, it suggests that Marx was not a happy man.

To see more of the works of Pan Fang, included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery, please, visit the Pan Fang Pages.
         
               
picture of "Fish 4: Perch" original sculpture by Bo Liang 319. Fish 4: perch original black marble sculpture by Bo Liang

Fish number four in Bo Liang's eight fishes sculpted from black marble with fossils of sea creatures inside the stone looks like a fish from the perch family.  He has a large dorsal fin that is spiky and has two peeks in it like a perch.  On each of his sides he has two lateral fins and much detail caring work to represent scales.  He is a medium sized fish in the series of eight one-of-a-kind sculptures, measuring 40 cm long by approximately 17 cm high.  He weights 5.3 kg, and the price, shown, includes shipping.

To see more of the art of Bo (Baimu) Liang, featured in the Leona Craig Art Gallery on-line, please, visit the Bo Liang Sculpture Page and the Bo Liang Wall Art Page.

  $1,500   40 x17 cm  
               
Waking by Xu Hongfei 384. Waking, original cast bronze sculpture by Xu Hongfei (许鸿飞)

She has just woken up and it is time to get dressed and ready for a new day.  She has her knee on the chair, in a gentle pose, her clothing hanging over the arm of the chair.

To see more of the sculpture of Xu Hongfei, included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery, please, visit the Xu Hong Fei Pages.
  $27,000   22.5x22.5x41cm  
               
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