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Ju Ming - taiwan sculpture artist, featuring his Tai Chi series sculptures

Koma-inu (Guardian Dog), Wood with pigments, Kamakura period 13th century. As a classical style of Koma-inu, the statue was crouched down and turned his face front. The face was expressed vigorously as if he roars and exposes his teeth. The muscle underneath the skin and the framework were carved distinctly, the realistic expression suggests that this statue was produced in the beginning of the Kamakura period. Nara National Museum

When you're practicing #taichi, do you ever picture your ball of #energy like this?

top two from "Rabbits" ~ 2003 bronze sculptures installation at Kunsthal Rotterdam | bottom pic from "Two Rabbits" ~ 2006 exhibit for The Frieze Art Fair, Regents Park, London | artist: Tom Claassen | via TomClaassen.com