This piece of calligraphy by Lim Tze Peng is an adaptation of the Poem 登鸛雀樓 (Deng Guan Que Lou) by Tang Dynasty Poet Wang Zhi Huan. Being the 236th poem of the collection of 300 Tang Poems, it describes climbing 鸛雀樓, the white stork tower, as a metaphor for gaining a deeper understanding and seeing the big picture of all things. This is a piece that resembles ancient stone carvings where Lim “writes” in the negative spaces, and colours in the positive. This results in a carved seal imprinted on paper, one of Lim's distinct style of Calligraphy. The poem reads: 白日依山尽 黄河入海流，欲穷千里目 更上一层楼 - 登鹳雀楼.
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