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Japanese Calligraphy: Practice, Learning and Art

M. J. Sullivan

Japanese Calligraphy: Practice, Learning and Art

A General Instruction Manual

by M. J. Sullivan

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Published by Asian Humanities Pr .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11310059M
ISBN 100895819481
ISBN 109780895819482
OCLC/WorldCa232534259

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Let’s Learn Kanji – An Introduction to. Then begin learning to calligraph characters, words, and even poems using either a large brush or a small writing brush. Try your hand at joined calligraphy, which is considered the soul of Japanese calligraphy.

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There are vocabulary lists (with English translations) of key words for each topic. Matcha. For cultures who believe in the value of calligraphy as a Zen practice, it’s the merger of art and language that creates access to the spiritual realm where one can worship, meditate and, perhaps, even heal one’s own ritual of making the ink, painting a sacred text or tracing letters are thought to raise one’s level of consciousness and awaken a power that lies within.

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Practicing calligraphy can be done almost anywhere as long as the proper tools are handy. While some may prefer to take classes with trained or experienced instructors, others can learn calligraphy from a book or a friend.

Setting up a space where it is easy to concentrate is preferred. Necessary tools and material for Japanese calligraphy. Japanese calligraphy (shodo – the way of writing) is a fine art of expressing the beauty of Japanese syllabaries. Different styles of traditional Japanese calligraphy can be found that have been practicing by the calligraphy masters, especially in Japan.

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