Chenyu Nie

Another Spring

Artist bio: Nature brings a lot of inspirations to me. Therefore, my works focus on lessons I learned from nature. The alternating seasons, the unyielding trees, and the flowing creeks are examples of the things that teach and comfort me. I try to reveal these lessons and comforting ideas through my works.

The Clouds Are Just Passing By

The moon light falls into my room
Through the window blinds

I feel a subtle warmth
As the stars shine

Clouds keep on passing by
Hiding all the lights behind

But all they do is just passing by
The moon and the stars
They always shine

As I look at the moon and the stars
I start to see lights in my heart

All the clouds
They are all just passing by

Another Spring
The darkest hour is before dawn, the coldest day is before spring.
When winter is over, plants start flourishing.
The harsher the winter was, the stronger they grow after.


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Materials: Argentium Silver, gilders paste, opal, cubic zirconia

Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 2 inches

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$350.00

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Artist bio: Nature brings a lot of inspirations to me. Therefore, my works focus on lessons I learned from nature. The alternating seasons, the unyielding trees, and the flowing creeks are examples of the things that teach and comfort me. I try to reveal these lessons and comforting ideas through my works.

The Clouds Are Just Passing By

The moon light falls into my room
Through the window blinds

I feel a subtle warmth
As the stars shine

Clouds keep on passing by
Hiding all the lights behind

But all they do is just passing by
The moon and the stars
They always shine

As I look at the moon and the stars
I start to see lights in my heart

All the clouds
They are all just passing by

Another Spring
The darkest hour is before dawn, the coldest day is before spring.
When winter is over, plants start flourishing.
The harsher the winter was, the stronger they grow after.

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