Here is the latest painting... "Hidden Treasures" It's 24" x 24" (61cm x 61cm) Oil on ACM panel.
I did a previous painting that I had called Still Life with Blue Egg Still Life with Blue Egg — Draw Mix Paint Forum
but later changed the title to Asian Treasures.
This painting "hides" the treasures in boxes, except for the carved red bowl.
In this painting, behind the bowl are two miniature terra cotta statues of two soldiers from the Qin Shi Huang dynasty in Northern China. The first dynasty of china. It is said that Qin had 700,000 conscripted slaves, peasants, criminals, and artists (not all of which were conscripted) create some 7000 statues of soldiers, a few hundred chariots, 500 or so horses, an itinerary of governing officers and even some jugglers and acrobats. They were part of a larger mausoleum that included a palace. After it was created and later when he was entombed the entire complex was buried. Along with most if not all of the conscripts.
This is probably the last painting with the red tassle. (for those who are keeping track.