A sharp line, beautiful form, and various colors
To me this one is very obvious. I see the riverside on the left & right stroke. ^_^;And the middle stroke is the flowing water!<3 Easy!
Again, this is perfect as it gives me something to remember and connect this with. Thanks Ruma-
Son muy originales. Me gustan estas escrituras. Saludos.
It looks like a river - amazing!
Me gusta la sencillez de las líneas de esta caligrafía.Saludos. Elsa
I love the simplicity and directness of this one.
beautiful marks to create "river" -- the simplicity and beauty of black ink on white paper - very cleansing to a muddled mind! Thanks you, Ruma, for these calligraphy entries. It has been too long since I visited you!
These two posts are lovely. I enjoy the way you link nature with the calligraphy. You have a beautiful language, and a beautiful land.Kat
As said before from the first commenter (PinkPanthress), this ideogram really gives the idea of the river. Rumasan, when possible please show also the idogram DOO/TOO ("Moving dragons"), made by the radical 212 plus 23 strokes!!!Goodbye!
I understand the meaning. This kind of picture-language (Kalligrafie) is a great art! Greetings form Luzia.
Plus les kanjis paraissent simplesplus je les suppose nécessiter d'art dans l'exécutionque c'est beau...
This is a simple, yet beautiful character. It symbolizes three rivers. I like it.
Hi Ruma, i know a little about Japan. It's a fascinating culture and i like what i see about it on your blog. It's the photo of ypor profile an Utamaro, maybe? I like also Hohusai. And i saw a tv documentary about Harajuku place.Ty for sharing your photos&info.Regards from Romania,Anca
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I love your calligraphy art work.Laby[grey suit]
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