Artwork Panel: 21.5cm x 62cm ≈ 8½" x 24½"
Silk/Brocade: 30.5cm x 126.5cm ≈ 12" x 49¾"
Width at Wooden Knobs: 39.5cm ≈ 15½"
Close up view of the calligraphy artwork mounted to this silk brocade wall scroll
Chinese Calligraphy Wall Scroll
This Chinese phrase suggests that a good host will make guests feel like they are returning home or are as comfortable as they would be at their own home.
This is also the Chinese equivalent of, "a home away from home," and is used by Chinese hotels, guest houses, and inns to suggest the level of their hospitality will make you feel at home during your stay.
In Chinese, this is pronounced "bīn zhì rú guī".
This calligraphy was created by Li Dan-Qing of Beijing. He's an older gentleman who has been involved with the art community of China, all of his life. Now in retirement, he creates calligraphy for us for sort of "hobby income".
The calligraphy was done using black Chinese ink on xuan paper (known incorrectly in the west as "rice paper"). The raw artwork was then taken to our Wall Scroll Workshop where it was laminated to more sheets of xuan paper, and built into a beautiful silk brocade wall scroll. Except for the use of a lathe to turn the wooden knobs, this wall scroll is virutally 100% handmade from start to finish (even the paper is made by hand).