Magic from Earth & Water (Part 1)

The Potomac Viewing Stone Group’s (PVSG) exhibit, Magic from Earth & Water, opened November 19th and continues until December 18th. With so many wonderful viewing stones, I am dividing the exhibit into two posts. This first post will focus on stones from China and the second will feature stones from Japan and North America.

Exhibit Poster

Group of Chinese Viewing Stones

Structure Stone, Guilan, Guangxi Province, China. Collection of Richard Kahn.

Luliang Chinese Scholar’s Rock, Xuzhou County, Jiangsu Province, China. Collection of Richard Kahn.

Ying Chinese Scholar’s Rock, Yingde County, Guangdong Province, China. Collection of Richard Kahn.

Fengli Desert Stone, Xinjiang Province, China. Collection of Brian McCarthy.

Laoshan Green Stone, Shandong Province, China. Collection of Joe Maloney.

Taihu Chinese Scholar’s Rock, Lake Tai, Jiangsu Province, China. Displayed on antique Chinese elm base. Collection of Daniel Bui.

Ying Chinese Scholar’s Rock, “Dragon”, Yingde County, Guangdong Province, China. Collection of John Carlson.

Caitao Red River Stone, “Primate Dreams”,  Red River, Guangxi Provence, China. Collection of Glenn Reusch.

Flourite Stone, Gobi Desert, Inner Mongolia. Collection of Joe Maloney. & Sky View Stone, Shandong Province, China. Collection of Joe Maloney.

Chinese Scholar’s Object, Rattan Vine, Guangxi Province, China. Collection of Daniel Bui.

Vine Detail

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4 thoughts on “Magic from Earth & Water (Part 1)

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  2. Thanks for these detailed photos, Aarin! Following your lead, I will look at the rattan vine from more than one face when Glenn Reusch (Potomac Viewing Stone Group’s secretary) leads a public walk-through tomorrow (1:00 pm, Sunday, Dec. 18th) before the exhibition closing.

  3. hi, i like your ying stone above, look like a leave. collect by richard khan. is this stone for sell. if so how much?

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