Koi, Cherry and Te Amo, as the title suggests, is a symbol of love as Te Amo is a Spanish term for expressing love. In an eight-inch diameter wooden plate, the two koi fishes are enjoying the cherry blossoms. Located in Japan, Mt. Haguro is one of the Three Mountains of Dewa at an altitude of 414 m. A short hike to remember, Mr. Nick, our esteemed customer, with his wife, had some of the memorable experiences while trekking in the woods on the same mountain.
Memories are fleeting, and to preserve them is one of the trickiest tasks to perform. However, intending to relive the experiences of the Japanese wilderness, Mr. Nick requested us to create a beautiful resin painting. Lovingly, he had wished to present it to her wife on her birthday as she loves Japanese thematic illustration. Koi, Cherry and Te Amo is infused with warmth, marital affection, and longevity of a relationship. And, the schematic composition with a textural background of a wooden salver effectively delivers a breathtaking visual.
Stories maketh man and these stories with all its force of passionate love bring to your home a new and fonder shift in life. Resin art involves tedious and time-consuming processes, and this particular resin painting needs more than twelve days for completion of ten layers of acrylic painting.
Koi, Cherry and Te Amo | Resin Art
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【Medium】: Acrylic paints & Resin
【Diameter】: 20 CM / 7.9 inches.
【Height】: 4 CM / 1.6 inches.
【Layers of resin】: 11 layers.
【Process】: 12 days.