By C.C.
Year of the Rooster - 2005 ©ccsb

Year of the Rooster – 2005 ©ccsb

Year of the Dog – 2006 ©ccsb

Year of the Boar- 2007 ©ccsb

Year of the Rat I – 2008 ©ccsb

Year of the Rat II – 2008 ©ccsb

Year of the Tiger - 2010 ©ccsb

Year of the Tiger – 2010 ©ccsb

Year of the Rabbit – 2011 ©ccsb

Year of the Rabbit (2) - 2011 ©ccsb

Year of the Rabbit (2) – 2011 ©ccsb

Year of the Rabbit (3) - 2011 ©ccsb

Year of the Rabbit (3) – 2011 ©ccsb

Year of the Rabbit (4) - 2011

Year of the Rabbit (4) – 2011 ©ccsb

Year of the Dragon 2012

Year of the Dragon – 2012 ©ccsb

Year of the Dragon (2) - 2012 ©ccsb

Year of the Dragon (2) – 2012 ©ccsb

Year of the Snake 1 - 2013  ©ccsb

Year of the Snake 1 – 2013 ©ccsb

Year of the Snake 2 - 2013 ©ccsb

Year of the Snake 2 – 2013 ©ccsb

Year of the Snake 3 - 2013 ©ccsb

Year of the Snake 3 – 2013 ©ccsb

Year of the Snake 4 - 2013 ©ccsb

Year of the Snake 4 – 2013 ©ccsb

Year of the Snake 5 - 2013 ©ccsb

Year of the Snake 5 – 2013 ©ccsb


3 Responses to “Chinese New Year Tiles”


  1. March 15, 2010 at 2:49 pm

    Beautiful art. Really beautiful

    • January 30, 2013 at 10:58 pm

      Another culture’s use of animals – Chinese New Year animals – that we know from a different cultural vantage point – the placemats at a Chinese restaurant and learning which year we were born under. Having an animal linked with you. There are other cultural ways of linking with animals, right?


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