Shan the Candy Man

Shan The Candy Man

Meet Shan the Candy Man, a unique and talented candy artist. The Japanese name Amezaiku translates, “sweet candy craft”. Shan can sculpt any object his audience can think of.

While he has sculpted well over 100 different objects, he says there is no limit to what he can sculpt. A unique and appealing candy sculpture can be magically made in less than 5 minutes as you watch. It is fascinating to people of all ages.The Japanese name Amezaiku translates, “sweet candy craft”. Shan can sculpt any object his audience can think of. While he has sculpted well over 100 different objects, he says there is no limit to what he can sculpt. A unique and appealing candy sculpture can be magically made in less than 5 minutes as you watch. It is fascinating to people of all ages.

Candy Sculpture

Candy Sculpture

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Chris Lee – The Dough Doll Master

Dough Art

Dough Artist creator and owner, Chris Lee was born in Kaoshiung, Taiwan and came to the United States when he was 5 years old.  At the tender age of 10, Chris watched his dad’s hand movement and was taught the ancient art of Chinese Dough Dolls.  Over the years, Chris has taken the ancient art of Chinese Dough Art and developed his own style, refined his technique and perfected the art to keep up with the latest and most popular American trend.

Chris Lee is the only dough artist in the western United States that has mastered the ancient art of Chinese Dough Dolls.  Chinese Dough art is over 2,000 years old and only a handful of artist left in the world still practice this ancient art.  With over 20 years of experience, Chris Lee has performed this Dough Art all over the United States and even Canada.  He has done hundreds of events for celebrities, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, birthday parties, corporate events, weddings, movie premieres, store promotions, festivals and charities.  Dough Art is very unique and having Chris perform at your special event will not only provide great entertainment, appreciation for this dying art, but it makes a wonderful long lasting party gift.

February 2014

 

Dough Art