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Koi painting, also known as Nishiki-goi in Japan, is a traditional art form that has been popular for centuries. The koi fish, a variety of carp, has been bred for its stunning colors and patterns, making it a popular subject for painters, especially in Japan and China.

The koi fish has a long history in Japanese and Chinese culture. In Japan, it is considered a symbol of good luck, prosperity, and perseverance. It is also a popular subject for Japanese gardens, with the fish often seen swimming in ponds and water features.

Koi paintings typically depict one or more koi fish swimming in water, often with a background of reeds, rocks, or other natural elements. The colors of the koi are usually the focus of the painting, with each fish displaying its unique and intricate pattern.

There are several different techniques used in koi painting, including watercolor, oil, and ink. Watercolor is the most common medium for koi painting, as it allows the artist to capture the delicate colors and patterns of the fish. Oil painting is also popular, as it creates a more dramatic and textured effect.

Ink painting, also known as sumi-e, is a traditional Japanese technique that uses ink and brushstrokes to create a minimalist and elegant image. The ink is often applied in a series of quick, flowing strokes, creating a sense of movement and fluidity.

Koi painting requires a great deal of skill and patience, as the artist must capture the intricate patterns and colors of the fish with precision and accuracy. The artist must also be able to convey a sense of movement and energy, as the fish swim gracefully through the water.

In addition to its aesthetic appeal, koi painting has a deeper symbolic meaning. The fish are often seen as a metaphor for life, with their ability to swim upstream representing perseverance and overcoming obstacles. They are also associated with good fortune and prosperity, making them a popular subject for artwork in homes and businesses.

Overall, koi painting is a beautiful and intricate art form that has been beloved for centuries. Whether created with watercolor, oil, or ink, these paintings capture the essence of these majestic fish, and the deep symbolism they represent in Japanese and Chinese culture.

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The yellow yamabuki represent a gold-colored koi. These gold-colored fish symbolize fortune and wealth. The Japanese term for them is yamabuki.

The Kohaku, Sanke and Showa varieties of koi are collectively known as the gosanke. In this case the “go” does not mean five, but refers to three noble Japanese families.

It is often said that a Sanke is a white koi with red and black pattern markings and a Showa is a black koi with red and white pattern markings.

The gold or yellow lotus flower represents the gaining of enlightenment.

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The red koi often has the connotation of love. Not just any love—a very intense love. A red or orange koi is a symbol for the mother of the family, and a red or pink koi is a symbol for a daughter. Red koi can also symbolize power and bravery, both common associations with the color red.

black koi because there is a relation to adversity but it is also used to symbolize strength, courage, bravery to challenge the odds in order to create one’s own destiny and get reborn. It can serve as a symbol of rebirth.

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Cherry Blossom meaning in Asian cultures is generally industrious,
brave, and wise and has become a national and cultural symbol for many Asian countries.

The Cherry Blossom is a symbol of joy and love. The Cherry Blossom is said to promote spiritual awareness, and love.

Koi is the next prized fish in the feng shui world. … The typical number for Koi fish in a feng shui aquarium is 9 (8 brightly colored koi and 1 black koi fish).

The black fish is there to neutralize bad luck. You can also find feng shui cures with 2 koi fish, this being a feng shui cure to attract love and fidelity.

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Leaf. While GREEN leaves depict hope, renewal, and revival, dead
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In general, leaves are symbolic of fertility and growth, and in the
Chinese tradition the leaves of the Cosmic Tree represent all of the beings in the universe.

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Bamboo’s Meaning. In ancient China, bamboo represented the Confucian value of moral virtue. …

Traditional bamboo paintings are both a type of painting and a type of calligraphy.

They are made using the same type of ink and the same strokes as
used in Chinese calligraphy for writing Chinese characters.

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Koi is the next prized fish in the feng shui world. A decorative variety of carp, koi come in several bright colors such as red, yellow, blue, white and sometimes black.

The typical number for Koi fish in a feng shui aquarium is 9 (8 brightly colored koi and 1 black koi fish).

The black fish is there to neutralize bad luck. You can also find feng shui cures with 2 koi fish, this being a feng shui cure to attract love and fidelity.

There are also paintings with any number of koi fish in a stream, which is used to represent a fresh flow of abundance. Still, best numbers are considered either 9 or multiples of 9.

Koi carps: the feng shui lucky fish
All over the world fish and especially koi carps are regarded as lucky fish that brings prosperity.

Koi carps are also famous for their longevity (one famous scarlet koi, named “Hanako,” was reported to be 225 years).

The fish symbol has long been associated with abundance and wealth in feng shui, thus there are many cures that depict fish for prosperity.

However, there are different types of fish used in feng shui for wealth cures – there is Arowana, Koi fish (carp) and of course, the Goldfish.

There are also specific requirements as to using a feng shui aquarium for wealth and prosperity.

And, what is the difference between various types of fish in terms of feng shui applications?

The symbology of fish, in general, is closely associated with the energy of water.

The mysterious, the unknown, the bringer of life — all these (and more) are associations with the power of the water element.

Feng shui adds the dimension of prosperity and abundance to the meaning of water. However, while widely used in many feng shui cures for wealth, water as a symbol of abundance is not unique to feng shui, but rather common to any culture, especially an agriculture-based society.

So, to put it in very simple terms, water is a life giver, thus a symbol of continuous abundance. The fish would be a giver of sustenance or nourishment, this is why it is associated with health, wealth, and prosperity. The symbol of fish was celebrated as sacred in many cultures and in many stages of human history — from Greek and Roman mythology to the worlds of Celts, Hindu, Buddhism, and Christianity.

In Chinese culture, the symbol of fish is generally attributed two qualities. The first one is the aspect of abundance (because of the above-mentioned qualities, as well as the ability of fish to quickly reproduce in quite big quantities). Then, of course, the Chinese word for fish (yu) is pronounced the same way as abundance.

The other, less-known aspect of Chinese fish symbology, is the fidelity and good companionship association because many fish swim in pairs. So now when you see a Chinese feng shui image with two fishes swimming — which will most probably be Koi fish and definitely not Arowana — you know that you can use this image as a feng shui cure for love and successful marriage (which does include the abundance component, of course!).

In choosing the best feng shui cure for your home, its potency will depend on how well the cure works for your home, as well as how much you actually like the cure. For example, if you love a specific image of fish, and find a place for it in the right feng shui bagua area that really compliments your decor, this will work as an excellent feng shui cure!

On the other hand, if you choose an aquarium because you think it is the best feng shui fish cure, but neither you nor your home actually like it, then its energy will not work as a good feng shui cure for you.

How about the images with many fish, does the number matter? And, as we asked before, which fish is better for attracting wealth and prosperity? Is an image of fish as potent, feng shui-wise, as an aquarium with live fish?

What does Koi Fish feng shui Digital Painting Canvas Painting represent in Fengshui?

Going by the saying, Koi fish are very brave by nature and therefore they represent courage and determination. They fight their way upstream to achieve their target. It is said that this action of the Koi is analogous to human suffering and the toil which human’s see in their lives. These attributes of the Koi fish are seen in many humans who are extremely driven by nature and want to make something of their lives or achieve certain goals.

Another very important thing that Koi fish stand for is status and wealth. In Chinese culture Koi fish represent ‘abundance .Koi fish paintings can attract flow of wealth and luck if placed at appropriate places in the home or business.

Apart from the fact that they beautify the house, a lot of people believe in the Koi’s abilities to ward off bad omen and attract wealth and happiness. The Japanese and the Chinese strongly believe that a Koi fish Painting at home can bring good fortune and good health to the owner.
What kind of Koi Fish Painting is Ideal?

If you wish to have luck and wealth on your side, then a painting of eight red and white Koi Fish is ideal. The number eight stands for prosperity in feng shui practices. Red koi symbolizes true love while white on the other hand is a symbol of progress in career. So, a painting with red and white color koi fish will result in perfect balance and harmony in your family as well as professional life.

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Digital painting is an emerging art form in which traditional painting techniques (such as watercolor, oils, impasto, etc.) are applied by means of a computer, a digitizing tablet and stylus, and software. I work with a Wacom tablet, Corel Painter, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.

Digital painting is a type of digital art but it is not computer-generated art, in that it does not involve the computer automatically generating an image from mathematical models created by the artist. In digital painting, the artist uses painting techniques to create the image directly on the computer.

Digital painting is also distinct from digital manipulation of photographs, in that it is an original construction from scratch. While photographic elements may be incorporated into digital paintings, they are not the primary basis or source for them. In some of my images, I use no photographic elements at all.

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Koi fish, (carp), has a long history in China. It is one of the most popular auspicious thing.

The ancient China people deem koi fish as one of the symbol of wealth, respect, lucky and power. It is also one of the delicious foods.

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Chinese Koi Fish Fengshui Painting/Scroll: “koi fish(?)” and
“benefit(?)” are homonymic words in Chinese (both sound “li”), so i
t symbolizes the big benefits in business.

Nine(9) Koi Fishes Painting: 9??? in Chinese ” nine (? / 9)”
sounds the same as the word “permanence (?)” , so 9 koi fishes
images can bring big money for a long long time.

Lotus Flower & Koi Fish Feng Shui Painting: ????symbolize that
your get big benefits in business year after year.

(In China lotus sounds the same as the word “year (?)”. )

golden lotus flower symbolism

In Buddhist symbolism the lotus is symbolic of purity of the body,
speech, and mind as while rooted in the mud, its flowers blossom
on long stalks as if floating above the muddy waters of attachment and desire.

In Egyptian iconography, the sun bursts from the open blossom. It is the archetypal vulva.

In Hinduism as in Buddhism, the lotus is associated with the birth of divine beings. …

In Buddhism, the lotus represents purity because its flower rises
above the vase like the Enlightened One above the world.

Koi Fish Jumps Over the Dragon’s Gate Painting: from a long legend in China. (?????) Symbolize big success in the civil service examination or getting a big promotion.

Three(3) Koi Fishes Painting: symbolize “having advantages again and again”. If you put the picture in your house, it can bring your family benefits/profits.

Two(2) Koi fishes Chinese Scrolls : two fishes: one of the Eight Auspicious-symbols of Buddhism.

They represent firm and harmonious relationship, and they symbolize happiness and can ward off evil.

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This is the 9 koi fish swimming upstream the dragon gate. the dragon gate is the waterfall

9 koi fish swimming upstream dragon gate waterfall and turns into a beautiful dragon

“According to Chinese mythology, the Dragon’s Gate is located at
the top of a waterfall cascading from a legendary mountain.

On the Yellow River at Hunan is a waterfall called the Dragon Gate. It is said that if certain carp called Yulong can climb the cataract
they will transform into dragons.

What is the meaning of a koi fish swimming upstream?

Koi tattoo meanings. … The Koi fish has a powerful and energetic life force, demonstrated by its ability to swim against currents and travel upstream.

It symbolizes lessons and/or trials that a person may encounter in life, and confronting or overcoming them.

Can koi fish swim up waterfalls?

Salmon aren’t the only fish to swim upstream against the raging forces of nature. In Hawaii, Sicyopterus stimpsoni (a type of goby) also makes a journey from the ocean to freshwater, but not for the purpose of spawning. During the trip, it is not uncommon for the fish to scale up 100-meter waterfalls

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Which fish is good for feng shui?
The most famous feng shui wealth fish is the arowana, or dragon fish, and the purest arowanas are known to command quite high fees. However, the koi, or goldfish, are just as effective, as well as a pleasure to look at. Go for 8 or 9 fish, one of them being black.

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Koi Fish meaning in Japan is good fortune or luck they also are associated with perseverance in adversity and strength of purpose, the Koi fish symbolize good luck, abundance and perseverance. Symbolic in Buddhism is to represent courage. … Based on that legend, it became a symbol of worldly aspiration and advancement.

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