In this piece, Lim Tze Peng writes the chinese character 龙 which translates to Dragon. They are usually depicted as snake-like being with four legs, and also possess powers that control water, rainfall, typhoons and floods. Dragons are a symbol of power, strength, good luck and was also the symbol of the Chinese Emperor for many dynasties. In this piece, Lim executes bold and dense strokes to embody the strength and power of the dragon. Lim also displays fluidity in his writing that replicates the movements of the dragon. The deep strong red used in the background adds depth and a richness, it compliments the character to give it live and vigor. The red backing adds a finishing touch, creating a complete composition.
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