Wang LoHung

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Created: 1/2014

Jan. 31, 2014 was the start of the Chinese New Year and the Year of the Horse.  To commemorate this auspicious occasion, I wanted to create something a little different than the norm.  One would think that I would create a magnificent horsey Demon, but NO, I chose to go a more Asian route!

Despite what many people think, my creation is a Qilin, or chinese unicorn, NOT a dragon!  However, his Booty Mark does say “horse” in Chinese.  As his name suggests, he is indeed “lohung” but I chose to be *very* subtle about it, look closely.

About the Original

11″ x 14″ framed to 16" x 19", created in Prismacolor makers, colored pencils and ink on Arches Hot Press watercolor paper.

About the Prints
  • 4" x 6" Prints - Open Edition Archival Glossy Prints, hand signed, come sealed in a clear plastic sleeve on an acid free backing board.
  • 8" x 10"  Prints - Open Edition Archival Lustre Prints, hand signed, come sealed in a clear plastic sleeve on an acid free backing board.
  • Matted Prints - 5" x 7" Limited Edition Archival Glossy Prints matted to 8" x 10", hand signed and numbered (LE to 250), come sealed in a clear plastic sleeve on an acid free backing board.
  • 11" x 14" - Open Edition Archival Matte Prints, hand signed, come sealed in a clear plastic sleeve on an acid free backing board.