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Re: [japanese-509] Japanese Calligraphy Demonstration 2/2

From: Lisa
Sent on: Friday, January 30, 2009 8:34 AM
Matthew & I plan to be there.


--- On Thu, 1/29/09, Eri <[address removed]> wrote:

> From: Eri <[address removed]>
> Subject: [japanese-509] Japanese Calligraphy Demonstration   2/2
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Thursday, January 29, 2009, 8:17 PM
> Hello,Konbanwa, minasa, I start to organize Japonica Salon
> in this year. Japonica Salons presents a free calligraphy
> demonstration  and lecture with Ms. Kaori Kitta. Ms. Kitta
> will explain different type of brushes and demonstrate
> calligraphy���s three basic writing styles, Kaisho, Shousho,
> and Ghosho.                          Japanese Calligraphy
> Demonstration                      Date February 2,Monday,
> 7:00 PM                     Location Casa de Luz            
>           1701 Toomey Rd, Austin Tx,78704  www.casadeluz.org
>                    Sponser JASGA WWW.jasga.org              
>         E-mail  [address removed] What's Shodo(Japanese
> calligraphy) ? Japanese calligraphy is the art of drawing
> character. Japanese calligraphy was influenced by, and
> influenced, Zen thought. For any particular piece of paper,
> the calligrapher has but one chance to create with the
> brush. The brush strokes cannot be corrected and even a lack
> of confidence will show up in the work.  What distinguishes
> good calligraphy from bad? There is a natural balance in
> both the characters and the composition as a whole. Curved
> lines are delicate and mobile. You can think of calligraphy
> in terms of music. The poem is like the musical score and
> the calligrapher like the pianist.If you are interested in
> this, please join us,Eri
> 
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