I have been practicing Chinese Calligraphy since six. My calligraphy works had been selected for several national and international exhibitions. It is my passion to bring this unique Chinese art to the West. My goal is to open a gate to well understand Chinese culture through the study of Chinese calligraphy.
“Read ten thousand books; travel ten thousand miles.”
“A houseful of prosperity.”
“Be calmly to wait for the flowers to bloom.”
The Heart of Prajna Paramita Sutra
Chinese calligraphy is not only a form a written text, but also a classical Chinese Art. Through the eras of oracle bone script, bronze script, clerical script, cursive script, regular script and semi-cursive script, people have always enjoyed the charm and grace of calligraphy. Originated about 1500 years ago in the Southern and Northern Dynasties, the writing brush, ink, paper and ink stone are regarded as the Four Treasures of China. Ancient Chinese scholars have always used these four essential elements to write and paint.
Brush Ink Paper Inkstone
Oil Painting and Chinese Brush Painting