Posts Tagged ‘japnese ink’

  • Salvage archaeology 2

    The time after an exhibition – is fragile, so I am wondering around my studio trying to find a question, a path. I am thinking about the title Salvage Archaeology,
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  • Enso-Mandala-Womb

    Last weekend I was one of 25 participants in a calligraphy intensive day with Tirza Paytan-Sela. I was practicing the Enso; When you paint-draw an Enso, you do it from left up-words
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  • Taming the Ox and Avraham Ofek

    The year of the ox, 2010, was celebrated by a a weekend seminar with my calligraphy group near Caesarea beach. We learned the ancient Chinese story Taming the Ox. As we practiced the
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  • Lists as Backbone of early writing

    “…… the very first phase of writing’s development, were lexical texts, word lists containing terms … names of metal objects, ceramic vessels, textiles, cities, trees, plants, cattle, swine, birds, fish,
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  • Enso

      It was late at night when I arrived at Sensei’s home at the Yamma artist village deep in the mountains. Climbing up the hills, Kyoto tower looked tinier at
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  • Reading Writing

    I was eager to learn to read and write. I prepared myself an office; I collected into a show box, notes and papers I found around our home, and wrote
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