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‘Lucky’ is the latest exhibition from Australian Artist and Textile Designer Chris Chun, which features the 12 animals of the Chinese Lunar Calendar. Each animal combines traditional Asian symbolism with contemporary Western sensibilities to bring good fortune, health and happiness to their owner.
The first in the Chinese Zodiac, the Rat represents wisdom. They have excellent taste, are a good friend and are generous and loyal to others considered part of its pack.
Rats are also hard workers and have the best chance of being wealthy and professionally successful, out of all the zodiac signs.
1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020
Lily, African Violet, Lily Of The Valley
Blue, Golden, Green
George Bush, H.R.H Prince of Wales, Diego Maradonna, William Shakespeare, Prince Harry, Jules Verne, Mozart, Claude Monet, T.S Eliot
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Chris Chun is an accomplished artist, textile designer, printmaker, illustrator, ceramicist and creative director who divides his time between Australia and Asia. Inspired by the beauty of nature and all its infinite charms, his lyrical and thoughtful approach to his work offers real depth and meaning in a world of disposable culture.
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