Japanese calligraphy hanging scroll for interior decoration

(Last Updated On: 04/04/2019)

Kakejiku hanging scroll of calligraphy for Japanese style interior

 

 

Presence of Mind (heijoushin): calligraphy hanging scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

Calligraphy is an art whose purpose is to express yourself through brushes and paper.  In addition to the stroke order and the way to hold a brush, various skills infinitely broaden the traditional world. Indeed, it is the truth of writing.

 

 

 

 

Three points for appreciating a work of calligraphy

 

 

Perspective

The balance and margins of the whole character are important elements. How does the overall arrangement of the vertical and horizontal matched? How is the combination of ink’s black and paper’s white?

 

 

Meaning of character

The meaning of the written letters influences the brushing of an author. The author expresses soft warmth for spring and lightness for wind.

 

 

Detail

The stroke of line, stop, jump, and sweep. They use the technique to express the world of calligraphy. Furthermore, the good blur of lines makes artworks more elegant.

 

 

 

Master Eri Takase’s shodo kakejiku on Amazon.com

 

Profile of Master Eri Takase
 

Maximum Efficiency Minimum Effort (seiryoku zen’you): Japanese Scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

 

Presence of Mind (heijoushin): Japanese Scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

 

 

Mutual Benefit (jita kyouei): Japanese Scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

 

 

One Hit Certain Kill (ichigeki hissatsu): Japanese Scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

 

Always on the Battlefield (jouzaisenjou): Japanese Scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

 

Be Water My Friend (tomo yo mizu ni nare): Japanese Scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

 

Home Is Where You Live (sumeba miyako): Japanese Scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

 

Gathering of Good Omens (zuikishuumon): Japanese Scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

 

Tomorrow Is Another Day (ashita wa ashita no kaze ga fuku): Japanese Scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

 

Even dust if piled can become a mountain (chiri mo tsumoreba yama to naru): Japanese Scroll by Master Eri Takase

 

 

 

 

 



 

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