Japanese calligraphy club Ten–Chi24.02.2010 23:11
Calligraphy came into Japanese letter of China. Since the mid-second Millennium BC, used ancient Chinese pictograms sought to simplify in order to them it was faster to write on paper. By the beginning of our era the most pictographic motifs turned into immediate characters notable and memorable for the opinion of any person quadrature form. Hieroglyphics were composed of combinations of lines, points, and strokes. Over time, Japanese of calligraphy was formed several styles: cursive, polycarbophil and articles of Association (a full image of the character).
the popularity of the lessons in Japanese calligraphy in the club of Ten–Chi due to the fact that this type of writing is one of the leading arts all over the world. Depicted ideographs have the deepest philosophical meaning, including the whole concept. Club Ten–Chi will be happy to help you in the development Japanese art of writing. In turn, having learned this method of fixation information in our club, under the guidance of experienced teachers, you will be able to acquire a structurally–shaped way of seeing people. Thanks the lessons in our club you will understand how important it is to not only understand what is written but to be able to feel and see, as it is written this or that word.
features of modern Japanese calligraphy
Contemporary art Japanese calligraphy saves centuries-old traditions of the ancient people, developing and creating on their basis new modern directions. One of the leading associations in the field of art calligraphy is the Association of masters of contemporary calligraphy created in Japan in 1948. Every year the organization arranges a variety the exhibition, showing them the work of contemporary masters of calligraphy wide circle and showing copies of original samples for carrying out analysis. In addition, in the framework of the exhibitions master–classes of calligraphers from around the world. We are proud to every year teachers Japanese calligraphyclub Ten–Chi visit these exhibitions, perfecting their own skills to knowledge transfer to the students of the club.
One of the trends in modern the art of calligraphy is "the search for new visual solutions" enlarged and generalized associative images, written by masters in the dynamic manner. Along with artistic principle "game of ink and brush", this direction is the most characteristic a feature of the modern Japanese of calligraphy.