The Art of Wu Wei Hai, Aaron Fisher

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A monochrome tearoom, Japanese-style

Postby Wu De » Jun 14th, '09, 08:52

Hard to follow my master's piece, as mine look so paltry in comparison, but here goes:

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A Lot of Pots

Postby Wu De » Jun 14th, '09, 08:54

What a lot of pots:

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Everything You Need

Postby Wu De » Jun 14th, '09, 08:56

It's all inside there:

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Another Batch of Steam/Qi

Postby Wu De » Jun 14th, '09, 08:59


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All and Everything

Postby Wu De » Jun 14th, '09, 09:01

What's brewing inside?

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Uncarved Block

Postby Wu De » Jun 14th, '09, 09:05


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Postby clareandromeda » Jun 14th, '09, 10:08

I adore the one you just posted. I often feel the way that monk looks.

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Postby Wu De » Jun 14th, '09, 21:29

Thank you. Out of curiosity, how does he feel?

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Postby clareandromeda » Jun 15th, '09, 06:40

I think just as the heat and steam brings out the best qualities of the tea, perhaps the steam is doing the same for the man. All the negative things we focus on falls away in such heat, and only the best is left....

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Poet

Postby Wu De » Jun 15th, '09, 09:46

What beautiful words. A very nice sentiment, indeed--surely from a beautiful mind. Thank for sharing that.

Though we can't yet share such a steaming cup together, one always awaits you here. In the meantime, I'll drink to your words hoping my negativities are steeped away, leaving behind a spirit pure enough to join you there.

Thanks again
Wu De

P.S. The calligraphy says "uncarved block", which is an ancient Daoist term that you pretty much defined perfectly with your words.

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Postby clareandromeda » Jun 15th, '09, 15:00

wow! Thanks I thought the way I wrote it was awkward, I'm so glad you appreciate it! I adore it. I've made such a connection with it, the thought of anyone else having it is upsetting me, could I purchase it?

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Postby Chip » Jun 15th, '09, 15:07

It is hard not to have a reaction to so many of your pieces, Aaron!!! The simplicity of the lone kyusu,
the family of pots, the steam shrouded pot, the fluid arm and hand pouring a cup ... all simple, yet evoke sensation,
feeling.

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Postby Wu De » Jun 15th, '09, 19:36

That one is still available; visit my site for details and contact: www.sagacitea.com

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Postby clareandromeda » Jun 15th, '09, 20:03

It's a bit unclear on the website, it says: info (a) sagacitea dot com. Is it info@sagacitea.com?

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Postby Wu De » Jun 15th, '09, 20:31

yep. there's also contact links on each of the artwork pages. The one you are interested in is a "scroll"

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