Niansheng Yang 杨年生简介, Dragon Print: PULAO
In collaboration with the Edmonton Chinese Multi-Cultural Centre (ECMCC), Setsuna has partnered with Wai-Ling Lennon and artist Niansheng Yang to sell a series of prints depicting the 9 Dragon Sons. Net proceeds from this project will be donated to Magpie Puppet Club for future programming efforts.
If you wish to pick up this item at Togather Market on Saturday February 10 or Sunday February 11, please use discount code LUNAR at checkout to receive shipping discount. Your print will be available 12 - 5PM on both days. Items not picked up can be retrieved at a later date from the Edmonton Chinese Multi-Cultural Centre.
Dragon Print: PULAO
Pulao (蒲牢, pinyin: Púláo), the third son, a master of the mighty roar that warns people of nearing disturbances or disasters of various kind. It is not surprising that Pulao is often seen carved on temple bells, drums or other instruments that produce a loud sound.
5" x 5"
About the artist: Niansheng Yang graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts of Qinghai Normal University.
Yang is a member of The Artist and Photographer Association of China. He worked in numerous trade shows, designed team flags and logos for many business corporations. He founded a foreign language and art school in 2002 in Qinghai. He taught education management and fine arts. In 2010, he received a National Award titled “Progressive Community Educator of China”. Niansheng Yang is specialized and experienced in teaching drawing. Presently, he is a volunteer teacher at Edmonton Chinese Library.