Miracles of Each Moment by Kazuaki Tanahashi
15"X17" fine-art giclée
Making the enso is a kind of practice. The Zen Buddhist circle conveys everything: the whole world complete, and is the ultimate Zen symbol of emptiness. Enso’s are traditionally done in sumi ink, black on white. This breakthrough contemporary blue and gold enso has a looser brush stroke than most. How does he get the multicolored effect? He squeezes a bunch of paint on the paper, then he puts the brush into it, and psssshooo, one stroke!
Kazuaki Tanahashi is an artist and writer trained in Japan and active in the United States as well as a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science. He has taught East Asian calligraphy at numerous international conferences of calligraphy and lettering arts. As a painter, he is the pioneer of the genre of "one stroke painting" as well as the creator of multi-color ensos (Zen circles). Enso’s are traditionally done in sumi ink, black on white.
Learn more about this artist at: www.brushmind.net
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