"Light" -  You are light, You are light, on display for all to see

Light - Original Chinese Calligraphy - For the Goodness of the World - Wall Art - Zen Art

Serenity - Original Chinese Calligraphy, by AuspiciousInk.com

Serenity - Original Chinese Calligraphy - For the Goodness of the World - Wall Art - Peaceful Art - Zen Art

Calligraphy -------- “all streams flow to the sea because it is lower than they are. humility gives it its power. if you want to govern the people, you must place yourself below them. if you want to lead the people, you must learn how to follow them.” ― Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching

Calligraphy -------- “all streams flow to the sea because it is lower than they are. humility gives it its power. if you want to govern the people, you must place yourself below them. if you want to lead the people, you must learn how to follow them.” ― Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching

By Kalimate via  Etsy: Fusion of Arabic and Chinese Calligraphy styles: The word Peace.

Archivall Print / From Original Watercolor / Of Magnolia Bud / 8.5"x11"

By Kalimate via Etsy: Fusion of Arabic and Chinese Calligraphy styles: The word Peace.

Spring Bamboo - Original Chinese Calligraphy Painting - For the Goodness of the World - Wall Art - Zen Art

Spring Bamboo - Original Chinese Calligraphy Painting - For the Goodness of the World - Wall Art - Zen Art

Zhang Daqian (張大千, original name Zhang Yuan (張爰) and pseudonym Daqian, was one of the best-known and most prodigious Chinese artists of the twentieth century. 张大千 红荷图 by China Online Museum - Chinese Art Galleries

The Asian calligraphy's brush must be held vertically, inclining neither sideways nor toward one self. To achieve best ergonomics, keep the inside of palm round as if holding a small egg. Keep fingers firm, using fingertips instead of knuckles to hold the brush. Keep the wrist supple, firm, and soft. Level wrist to a more natural and horizontal angle, avoiding strained angles. The technique is called round stroke or upright stroke.

The Asian calligraphy's brush must be held vertically, inclining neither sideways nor toward one self. To achieve best ergonomics, keep the inside of palm round as if holding a small egg. Keep fingers firm, using fingertips instead of knuckles to hold the brush. Keep the wrist supple, firm, and soft. Level wrist to a more natural and horizontal angle, avoiding strained angles. The technique is called round stroke or upright stroke.

Shitao's Flower-and-Bird Painting | Chinese Art Gallery | China Online Museum

Shitao's Flower-and-Bird Painting | Chinese Art Gallery | China Online Museum

chinese calligraphy yan zhenqing - Google Search

chinese calligraphy yan zhenqing - Google Search

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