Louise Hill describes her Happy Laughing Buddha as follows:
My Happy Laughing Buddha design was inspired by the many temples I have visited over the years, and the joyful little Buddhas I have found within them – I love their smiley faces and rounded bellies. I added a local HK temple to the background, and the photo of pretty pink Lotus votive candles was taken by my Father on his travels through Asia. The row of Buddhas at the bottom of my design was found at the historical Tian Tan Big Buddha site on Lantau Island HK. The oranges are a symbol of good fortune, especially at Chinese New Year, and the old lantern depicts a “Welcome” message.
Prints available in 100% Cotton Canvas or as Fine Art Prints on 310gsm German Hahnemuhle Etching Paper.
Three different sizes available.
The Louise Hill Connection:
I have been seeing Louise Hill’s artwork on social media and admired it at a number of fairs here in Singapore. Her artwork is very detailed, bringing together lots of Asian scenes, symbols and images. When I discovered her “Happy Laughing Buddha” piece I felt he was a perfect addition to my carefully selected collection of “Feng Shui Art” and I am delighted to have Louise’s permission to introduce him to you.
The Feng Shui Connection:
The Laughing Buddha is a well-loved Feng Shui symbol and will be a wonderful addition to any home. He removes all your worries and his smile is so infectuous, you won’t be able to help yourself and smile back at him!
The “Happy Laughing Buddha” also helps to suppress conflict energy and brings peace and happiness to you and your home. He can help anyone who is entangled in angry situations with colleagues, superiors, family members, or who is a victim of court cases.
In 2023, the Laughing Buddha is particularly helpful in the following situations (but not to be hung in a bedroom):
In the SE to counter the annual No 3 Quarrelsome Star.
Facing your main entrance to prevent negative energies from entering.